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#DIYTeaching Resources

The #DIYTeachingCPD series was my attempt to combine a number of different sets of blogs into a coherent whole.  The resources form the basis of a cross phase professional development programme to help teachers take the next step in their professional journey.  They help share my thinking on improving the quality of teaching and learning using lesson planning, lesson study and a range of metrics including watching lessons.

The easiest link to all the posts in the series is from the #DIYTeachingCPD page.

The first set of resources below consists of a series of PDFs which you can download.  I’ve include a SlideShare version of the first one below so you can get a sense of what is on offer.

 

Focus on the Learner

Quality of Teaching & Learning Resource – Introduction (PDF 20 pages)

Build Across the Learning Dimensions

Quality of Teaching & Learning Resource – Big Ideas (PDF 22 pages)

Two Key Points in Learning

Quality of Teaching & Learning Resource – Excellence & Evidence (PDF 26 pages)

Learning Gaps Not Chasms

Quality of Teaching & Learning Resource – Structure & Sequence (PDF 23 pages)

 

DIY Teaching CPD: Pedagogy & Practice (to be added December)

The second set of resources is the various planners and templates available.  The planners are for either planning the learning or planning the lessons.

 

Planning Learning

Teaching and learning planner revision 3 Aug 2014

A copy can be downloaded by clicking:

Teaching & Learning Planner v.3 – PDF

Teaching & Learning Planner v.3 – Word

Lesson Planner

Lesson Planner Aug 2014

A copy can be downloaded by clicking:

Lesson Planner v.1 – PDF

Lesson Planner v.1 – Word

Pedagogical Toolkit

Pedagogical Toolkit

A copy can be downloaded by clicking:

Pedagogical Toolkit – Blank – PDF

Pedagogical Toolkit – Blank – Word

Pedagogical Toolkit (SOLO Version)

Pedagogical Toolkit - SOLO

A copy can be downloaded by clicking:

Pedagogical Toolkit – SOLO Version – PDF

Pedagogical Toolkit – Blank – Word

 

 

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