Teachers of practical subjects routinely demonstrate a practical skill, but many teachers don’t make as much use of the power of ‘showing how’ to help students learn how to write assignments, how to create graphic organisers, or how to solve mathematical problems. What is more, there is a lot a student can do with a ‘model of good practice’ showing them how to do something.
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In this session, two public service teachers from Waltham Forest College Group, Javedul Shahid and Emeka Egbuonu, chat with one of their students about choosing a career within the police and studying public services.
At a recent Special Interest Group (SIG) event, Tammara Lindsay, English Lecturer at Preston College, explored how freewriting can help break down the perceived barriers of GCSE re-sit learners who present with a fixed mindset or a reluctance to write or experiment with words. Here she reflects on how freewriting was integrated into her organisation and how it helped her learners.
Chloë Hynes reflects on the year she undertook Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) and looks back at how she managed her workload, the supportive communities that helped her along her journey, and offers her advice, from choosing the right mentor to colour coded to-do lists, to others undertaking ATS.