Tag Archives: lesson planning

5 warning signs of a #LousyTeacher by @TeacherToolkit⤴

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This blog is based on my teaching experience alone. Now, I do not mean to be inflammatory here, as I am fully aware that we need to celebrate teaching and this type of blogpost does nothing to raise morale or status. So, apologies for that in the first instance. We all do what we can … Continue reading

30 simple questions by @TeacherToolkit⤴

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Are you the kind of teacher, you would want your own children to have? I am in a reflective mood, after being involved in a coaching and mentoring training session this week. I promise to blog about this shortly… In the interim, below is a question (apologies for no credit) I recently read on Twitter, … Continue reading

The #5MinAfLPlan by @TeacherToolkit and @PivotalPaul⤴

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Sharpen your classroom practice with The 5 Minute AfL Plan from Ross Morrison McGill (@TeacherToolkit) and Paul Dix (@PivotalPaul). Outstanding Assessment for Learning doesn’t happen by chance. Introduction: Our new 5 Minute Plan addresses the finer points of excellent Assessment for Learning; the refinements that cut to the heart of learning and allow you to … Continue reading »

The #5MinReview by @TeacherToolkit and @Shaun_Allison⤴

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The new ‘5 Minute Lesson Review’ produced by @TeacherToolkit and @Shaun_Allison, supports and encourages teachers to reflect on their own classroom practice. The template can also be used by a coach or mentor to help tease out reflection.  “Every teacher needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can get even … Continue reading »