First Day of School Sign - First Grade - PowerPoint Editable

First Day of School Sign - First Grade - PowerPoint Editable

This resource is perfect for First Day of School. This file is printable. You can edit it according to your student needs! All rights are reserved. Having purchased this item, you are entitled to make copies of it for personal use or your classroom use only. Uploading this item on the internet (even for personal use) is also prohibited and breaches the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In this event, the item will be recognised by search engines and its publisher identified. My sincere hope is that you will have found this product helpful! I welcome questions and queries about this or any other of my products. thewayofteacherjourney@gmail.com
batoolashraf20
Removal of ability grouping - Powerpoint for staff meeting

Removal of ability grouping - Powerpoint for staff meeting

Ideal if your school is moving to the Mastery approach in maths or wants to adapt to teach the new curriculum effectively. Modern research indicates that ability grouping is actually damaging and caps progress. This powerpoint provides examples of evidence from the latest research and has notes for the presenter. Staff are encouraged to consider the impact of grouping and consider the alternatives. Good for SLT or class teachers who want to improve their practice.
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Effective classroom manager

Effective classroom manager

Effective classroom manager is research based text book for teacher’s and proprietors of schools. It was written to promote sound lesson delivery using tech innovations. Also with resource blends which tends to equip today’s teacher to master the skill sets for classroom management, parent Vs teacher winning team. How to assess an effective school and effective teacher. Get a copy now for a token and thank me later
rayosmall
Growth Mindset Display

Growth Mindset Display

The idea of the display is to encourage students to change their vocabulary. The display is firmly based on the work of Carol Dweck and the idea of fixed and growth mindsets. The display is based on famous individuals who had growth mindsets and using their vocabulary to enhance the learning of the students and to encourage them to put in effort and to try. There is also an opportunity for a mistake and success board as seen in the picture as the central theme of the display, this is where you as a teacher can highlight both successful work and good mistakes. The idea being both really good work and work with lots of mistakes make it to the board, and the students see mistakes and successes as one and the same - There is an image attached to show how this works.
allred
Reading Cycle Professional Development Notes

Reading Cycle Professional Development Notes

This product contains the notes from a professional development session that I attended. It deals with teachers being able to ensure that each student is effectively comprehending text during close reads. To be made clear, during close reading sessions, it is possible that instructors may get what is called a “false positive” or indication that a student understands a concept of the text when they actually do not. **False Positive Prevention Method - ** occurs when students are able to write about and discuss a text with some accuracy after gleaning an understanding of a text from what teachers and peers says about the text, NOT from their own understanding about the text. The Reading Cycle Strategy prevents this situation by taking the READ-DISCUSS-WRITE method to the next level through the following steps: Read-Discuss- Read Read-Write-Read Read -Write Discuss Read-Write -Discuss Read-Discuss-Write-Revise Each of these steps are explained within this product. Thanks for your purchase. We appreciate your support!
LightbulbTeaching
NPQH 2018 COMPLETED, SUCCESSFUL ASSESSMENTS - FIGURE 5,7 and 8

NPQH 2018 COMPLETED, SUCCESSFUL ASSESSMENTS - FIGURE 5,7 and 8

The full set of 3 completed, exemplar assessments for the NPQH course, along with my notes for the face to face assessment. I successfully passed all three stages and achieved the award. I have zipped the assessments and added my presentation notes as a guide to the quality of the whole package. These forms represents HOURS of blood sweat and tears! There was literally nothing out there when i was completing the course! This was submitted in June 2018 It will give you an idea of what to write and how much for each of the competencies. I have removed all sensitive information etc. FIgure 5 - home school task Figure 7 - Placement task Figure 8 - Interview task. Of course, every form will be unique to the individual, however knowing how much it would have helped me has led me to offer it on here. Please leave feedback.
Raphella
Key Stage 3 & 4 Assessment Tracker

Key Stage 3 & 4 Assessment Tracker

This resource contains the Key Stage 3 &4 History Assessment Tracker. However this template can be used and customized for other subjects as well. You can add multiple classes and can edit the assessment levels to what ever system your school is currently using. Furthermore, the document consists of a CWG (Current Working Grade), TG (Target Grade) and whether pupils are currently working towards the Expected Standard (5 at GCSE). This assessment tracking grid, aligns well with the change from National Curriculum levels. I hope it is helpful, feel free to leave me some feedback! Thanks!
JosephMukuka
Grammar HOT sale!!!

Grammar HOT sale!!!

There are many worksheets collected here that will help you easily learn grammar and make lessons interesting!!!
Olynj
Teachers Have It All – Here is How to Utilize It

Teachers Have It All – Here is How to Utilize It

Being a teacher is amazing. You get to learn so many skills and get your voice heard. And that’s not all – if you ever want to change your industry, you can always get priority over the other applicants because of the skills you have acquired over the years as a teacher. It’s true, teachers have it all. Let’s take a look at the benefits of being a teacher.
MarjanG
PGCE / SCITT Resources - Essays, Lesson Plans, SOW's and Additional 177 Resources

PGCE / SCITT Resources - Essays, Lesson Plans, SOW's and Additional 177 Resources

177 Resources These came in handy when completing my PGCE (SCITT) year. I have put together a bunch of resources to help save you a lot of time in researching. The extra resources are a selection of PDFs and word docs that make the difference as a resource for creating your own work and writing your assignments. *I have additional, personal essays that were submitted and graded at Outstanding for sale in my shop. *
kellylouise_mckaig
NPQSL COMBINED TASK AND SUPPORTING EVIDENCE

NPQSL COMBINED TASK AND SUPPORTING EVIDENCE

I completed my NPQSL in Nov 2017 and received some great feedback. I found it extremely hard to get started after the course face to face days and searched to find a sample to give me a few pointers. I hope to be able to do the same for others!
aligorry
Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Complete Pupil Premium strategy to rapidly bolster progress. This includes strategies for Teaching and learning Mentoring Attendance and PA Life experiences and enrichment Leadership dashboard Transition
leepeachey
Bloom’s Taxonomy: Posters & Key Ring Tags

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Posters & Key Ring Tags

As teachers and as people, we ask questions everyday. Not all questions are on the same level. Some questions are easy to answer where other questions may require a great deal of thinking. Bloom has provided us with his taxonomy to help us to compose questions on different levels of thinking. This taxonomy ranges from lower to higher levels of cognitive thinking. This resource includes: Detailed charts, both colored and black & white (use as handouts or posters) 2 Styles of single page handouts Key rings, laminate, hole punch at the top and put on a key ring for fast and easy access to questions
rombop
Tes Research Series: Volume One

Tes Research Series: Volume One

The Tes Research series: volume one - 60 pages of interviews with acclaimed academics - providing you with the information you need to know about: Being a research-informed professional: Dylan William, emeritus professor of educational assessment at UCL Institute of Education, talks about the usefulness of the research that’s out there and how teachers are currently consuming it. How memory works: World-renowned memory researchers Professors Robert and Elizabeth Bjork explain how to match teaching to what we know about how memory works, and why linking learning to a student’s interests and group work is key. Dyslexia: Professor Margaret Snowling, president of St John’s College Oxford, is one of the world’s leading dyslexia researchers. Here, she addresses myths around the condition and warns that education is still missing opportunities to help support students at an earlier stage. Growth Mindset: Carol Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton professor of psychology at Stanford University, is the creator of the highly popular growth mindset theory. Here she embraces the intense scrutiny that the theory has been subjected to and delves headfirst into the questions behind its validity. The use of play in education: Dr Sara Baker is trying to change perceptions of play in the classroom with her work at Cambridge’s Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) Centre. She conducts research into the use of play in schools and believes that we might have been getting it wrong. How we learn to read: Daniel Willingham, professor of psychology at the University of Virginia and one of the world’s leading experts on research into reading, talks through the three processes children need to get right to become successful readers and why teachers need to overcome the fact that phonics resources tend to be ‘boring’. Autism: Uta Frith is one of the world’s leading experts on autism and emeritus professor of cognitive development at UCL. She began studying autism in 1966 when it was an emerging field of research, and says we’re now a much more autistic-aware society, but that myths and misunderstandings still remain, particularly in schools.
TES_Editorial
Don't let them junk your resume avoid these mistakes

Don't let them junk your resume avoid these mistakes

Don’t Let Them Junk Your Resume – Avoid These Mistakes There are many people who have all the right qualifications and skills, but somehow never get called for an interview. Are you one of them? Maybe you’re not showcasing your skills the right way. Your resume is something that creates your first impression. If it’s not perfect, it might get thrown in the trash or recycle bin. Yes, as distressing it may sound, if the HR team finds blaring mistakes in your resume, they will just delete it from their list. Here is a list of common mistakes that many prospective teachers make and miss excellent opportunities to work in their preferred schools or colleges.
MarjanG
5-Part Classroom Management Mini-Course

5-Part Classroom Management Mini-Course

Classroom Management: The Proactive Approach 5-Part Classroom Management Mini-Course Quick Reference Guide I. Increase Student Motivation A. Make connections between content and the student’s own interests B. Use critical thinking questions to spark heated discussions C. Use of video at the beginning of the lesson to pique interest and curiosity II. Limit Student Confusion A. Be consistent B. Check for understanding C. Make daily agenda clear D. Make daily objectives clear III. Increase Participation A. Combine strategies: all-write & pair/share IV. Be Specific A. Give specific directions B. Give specific time-limits (on-the-clock) V. Stop Procrastination A. Monitor Map: go to procrastinators first!
MarjanG
Revision Plan - Help pupils plan their time and get organised!

Revision Plan - Help pupils plan their time and get organised!

This is a revision plan that allows pupils to plan their time for any exam period. There is space to plan each day, commit to what time they will be revising, commit to subject and topic and plan a well-being activity. Make they most of any exam period with this resource. “Failing to plan is planning to fail”
leepeachey
Plenary iPAD (Assessment for Learning AFL)

Plenary iPAD (Assessment for Learning AFL)

Use this resource to test skills, knowledge and understanding of your pupils in a dynamic and high engaging way. This resource contains 17 highly engaging and active tasks to demonstrate progress in your lessons. Suitable for all key stages!
leepeachey
Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

This strategy has had impact in my setting. Attendance for the DP cohort is up 3% and PA has reduced by 13%. Resource includes: Letter to parents that presents attendance data graphically. Dynamic graph creator to help you present the data graphically Attendance postcards to target all bands and ‘nudge’ the top end. Parental pamphlet that outlines the importance of good attendance and also legal actions. Pupil 360 passport to track attendance and progress data.
leepeachey
Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Targeted postcards to raise the attendance of identified cohorts. These target all bands of attendance and can also be used to ‘nudge’ the top end. The templates are fully adaptable for your school. The idea is that these postcards are sent home to your identified cohort every half term. This strategy has had impact in my setting and attendance has improved by 3% for DP since last year and PA has dropped by 13%. Simple but effective!
leepeachey
How can be prevented the problems of stress

How can be prevented the problems of stress

It is for understanding that the pupils can have a better life when they pray, work, learn, when they have friends, when they learn and they do sport exercises, listen music or read good books for their ages, when they help sometimes their parents.
opreaclaudia
OpenCampus is one of the largest resource library for professional certifications courses.

OpenCampus is one of the largest resource library for professional certifications courses.

OpenCampus is one of the largest resource library for professional certifications courses. It offers free access to wide range of course materials like PMP, Six Sigma, Big Data and more. I believe this will be a great resource for your readers. The free resources also contain flashcards, toolkits and practice questions. Anyone can access the free resources and take up the simulated exams at this link: https://www.greycampus.com/opencampus https://www.greycampus.com/opencampus/practise-exams https://www.greycampus.com/opencampus/downloads
ashwani1
REVISION PACK A level Literature

REVISION PACK A level Literature

Othello Pre-1900 poetry Generic revision guide with detailed outline of how to create a timetable Literary Terminology self testing and re-call quizzes Everything you need for revision
helpfulnomad
Unseen Poetry - AQA

Unseen Poetry - AQA

Comprehensive series of lessons with past paper style questions on both unseen and comparative unseen. Mark scheme and assessment objectives broken down into student friendly language. Tactics and skills outlined. Range of poems and poets included with brief biographical outlines. Also included - a generic and comprehensive guide to revising.
helpfulnomad
GCSE ART EXAM SUPPORT. 89% SAVING!

GCSE ART EXAM SUPPORT. 89% SAVING!

A bundle of resources to provide support for students in the run up to the GCSE Art exam (Component 2). Includes: How to analyse artwork What the Assessment Objectives mean How to achieve outstanding performance How to evaluate their own work An example 8/9 sketchbook The importance of idea development How to develop a final idea Final outcome checklist New grading system poster. Bought separately this work cost £43. Here it is only £5! An 89% saving.
StartEducation
A Level Art Support

A Level Art Support

All our top selling A Level ART support resources in one place. Support documents for students and teachers to help students meet, and hopefully exceed their targets.
StartEducation
Essential Teaching and Learning Resource - REVISION

Essential Teaching and Learning Resource - REVISION

This is an invaluable resource that can be purchased for teachers of Year 11, 12 and 13 and students looking for revision guidance. This could also be used as an INSED for Teaching and Learning purposes as it outlines and summarises memory techniques from most recent psychological research. The PP summarises information from 6 books on educational research and learning/memorisation skills. We all know that hours can be wasted on reading when students could be using time more meaningfully by utilising the most effective techniques. I say you DON’T need to spend 7 hours per day over Easter revising. Use this guide and you can revise effectively, relax and enjoy family life.
helpfulnomad
PSHE Activities for KS3

PSHE Activities for KS3

Preparation free PSHE activities for Key Stage 3 students. Includes resources relating to drugs, friendship, body image, character, food and diet. Also includes a series of motivational posters.
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