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Expect Excellence

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11 simple strategies in order to foster a culture of excellence in our classrooms. Drawing upon educational research. Starts with developing the curriculum, daily routines and making the mundane interactions, every day, the best that they can be.

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  1. 1. Excellence Expected davidrogers.blog @davidErogers David Rogers #HabsGirlsTL18 “And therefore education at the University mostly worked by the age-old method of putting a lot of young people in the vicinity of a lot of books and hoping that something would pass from one to the other, while the actual young people put themselves in the vicinity of inns and taverns for exactly the same reason.” ― Terry Pratchett, Interesting Times
  2. 2. ‘Our Priory days were akin to working in Area 51 compared to most places’
  3. 3. To make a difference
  4. 4. A lack of vision and poor leadership is the problem. Not government or SLT. @davidErogers ‘It’s not worth doing something unless someone, somewhere, would much rather you weren’t doing it.’ Terry Practchett from the foreword to The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy, ‘…there was a clear tendency amongst best teachers to see the power of the humdrum, the everyday.’ Practice Perfect, Lemov, D; Woolway E; Yezzi, K p5-6
  5. 5. Challenge is relative
  6. 6. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  7. 7. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  8. 8. “Music excites when it is performed…” Benjamin Britten After Margaret Roberts, thanks to Alan Parkinson
  9. 9. “Music excites when it is performed…” Benjamin Britten After Margaret Roberts, thanks to Alan Parkinson
  10. 10. Schemes of work: the core foundation of excellence Driven by enquiry Single, challenging objectives Core and suggested activities plus resources allow teachers to assess, plan and adapt to the humans in front of them
  11. 11. 1. Teachers need a curriculum
  12. 12. Starters Testing effect Retrieval practice Starters Testing effect Retrieval practice
  13. 13. Diagnostic questions
  14. 14. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good
  15. 15. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  16. 16. Bubble writing behaviour
  17. 17. Shaun Allison classteaching
  18. 18. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff
  19. 19. Extended writing
  20. 20. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good
  21. 21. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work
  22. 22. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  23. 23. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work 6. Teach what they can handle, not what they should know
  24. 24. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  25. 25. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work 6. Teach what they can handle, not what they should know
  26. 26. Humans before data
  27. 27. Life long learning
  28. 28. Life Uni A’Level GCSE Primary Birth Teacher trust
  29. 29. Holistic approach – excellence not only in academic standards Lessons and teaching Contacts and networks Self image Experience Thin schooling v Full-fat schooling
  30. 30. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Testing is good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work 6. Teach what they can handle, not what they should know 7. Excellence extends beyond T&L
  31. 31. Campfire CPD Lessons driven by enquiry Curriculum adventure Harder questions High quality: lesson 1
  32. 32. Why are the effects of the same storm different in different places?
  33. 33. The UK does not exist.
  34. 34. The curse of knowledge Task demands Available resources
  35. 35. Photo Credit via Flickr Directinstruction Enquiry
  36. 36. Students won’t transfer skills. Get
  37. 37. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work 6. Teach what they can handle, not what they should know 7. Excellence extends beyond T&L 8. Break core concepts into smaller parts. Then make smaller 9. Know when to take away the scaffold 10. Revisit the basic knowledge, not exam
  38. 38. JONK
  39. 39. 1. Teachers need a curriculum 2. Starters are good 3. Teach the hard stuff 4. Extended writing is good 5. Don’t bother with pants work 6. Teach what they can handle, not what they should know 7. Excellence extends beyond T&L 8. Break core concepts into smaller parts. Then make smaller 9. Know when to take away the scaffold 10. Revisit the basic knowledge, not exam 11. Never forget your why
  40. 40. Excellence Expected davidrogers.blog @davidErogers David Rogers #HabsGirlsTL18 Thank you

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