TLC – Promoting Good Progress and Outcomes

22/11/15

‘Worth the effort?’

This is a brilliant blog that puts emphasis on effort.  I have used the table with my year 10.  They have to self assess their level of effort every  half term.  I then send a postcard home for improvement in effort.

This blog is good because it provides strategies to improve students’ effort in class.

Take a read- we’ll be discussing this on Dec 3rd. https://classteaching.wordpress.com/2015/10/11/worth-the-effort/

 

This is an interesting post linked to challenge and progress.

http://garysking.me/2015/10/09/squeeze-every-last-drop-of-learning-out-of-every-lesson/

 

12/10/15

Simple ideas

12/10/15  Simple ideas to encourage resilience. Remember, making a display doesn't solve the problem unless you refer to it consistently. It doesn't have to be a display. Be creative and think about how you could incorporate this learning ethos within your lessons.
12/10/15
Simple ideas to encourage resilience. Remember, making a display doesn’t solve the problem unless you refer to it consistently. It doesn’t have to be a display. Be creative and think about how you could incorporate this learning ethos within your lessons.

Ideas to encourage resilient learners…

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Want to know more?

Want to know more about pre-assessing students and how to plan for progress?

Want to know more about high expectations and teaching resilience?

Click on the link below:QR codes – Promoting good progress

 

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Paul Day’s motivational posters 

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11/10/15

Following our first TLC session, Paul Day sent through some motivational posters!

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