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CACHE Child Development & Care - Childcare PLC - Personalized Learning Checklist With New Grading

CACHE Child Development & Care - Childcare PLC - Personalized Learning Checklist With New Grading

CACHE Child Development & Care - Childcare PLC - Personalized Learning Checklist With New Grading Criteria -All learning objectives required to pass the course included Covers All Units in CACHE Child Development & Care Level 1-2 Included - Student Friendly Unit Trackers with grading criteria - ideal for target setting and to identify gaps in learning. Grade comparison table included spreadsheet formatted to highlight achievement & concerns Add student names and ready to track progress Designed very much like PiXL PLCs https://www.ncfe.org.uk/schools/subject-areas/child-development-and-early-years/ https://www.cache.org.uk/our-qualifications/children-and-young-people/level-2/qualification-detail/level-2-award-in-child-development-and-care-236
merk90
CACHE Child Development & Care -VCERT -Teacher Unit assessment Tracker With New Grading Criteria

CACHE Child Development & Care -VCERT -Teacher Unit assessment Tracker With New Grading Criteria

CACHE Child Development & Care - Childcare PLC - Assessment Tracker With New Grading Criteria Covers All Units in CACHE VCERT Child Development & Care Level 1-2 Included -Excel Rag formatted teacher assessment tracker - specific curriculum criteria's with grading Grade comparison table included spreadsheet formatted to highlight achievement & concerns Add student names and ready to track progress Designed very much like PiXL PLCs https://www.ncfe.org.uk/schools/subject-areas/child-development-and-early-years/ https://www.cache.org.uk/our-qualifications/children-and-young-people/level-2/qualification-detail/level-2-award-in-child-development-and-care-236
merk90
AQA GCSE ART. External Task (Component 2) Support Resources 2018

AQA GCSE ART. External Task (Component 2) Support Resources 2018

We hand out the GCSE External Task (Component 2) papers in January. This set of resources provides structure and support for students as they develop their preparatory work. The External Task Support Document guides students through the development of work ensuring that they fully cover all four Assessment Objectives. It is also fully editable so that you can amend it to fully meet the needs of your students. Also included is an art analysis prompt sheet which guides students through detailed analysis of artwork, a work review sheet that encourages students to analyse their own progress and relate it to the AOs, a photocopy friendly history of art information document and student friendly explanations of the Assessment Objectives which really pinpoints what is required to meet the requirements of the AOs..... .... and finally, two slideshows showing what Grade 9 work looks like.
StartEducation
Jumping Sheep! A manic sheep counting game.

Jumping Sheep! A manic sheep counting game.

A quick game to use in a variety of ways in the classroom to make a lesson fun! Many sheep will jump over the fence, kids count them and see who's answer was correct. They will jump in an irregular pattern - sometimes in groups or sometimes on their own. You can copy and paste the slides and make your own, I've written step by step instructions to help!
MarkMolloy
Christmas Quiz #2

Christmas Quiz #2

This is a five round team quiz that takes about 50-75 minutes to do completely. The questions are not too serious and everyone should be able to have a good guess. Full solutions included. Updated in 2015
dh2119
English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
Humanities student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Humanities student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
UK Politician Match-up & Thinking Hats Worksheet!

UK Politician Match-up & Thinking Hats Worksheet!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource for students to begin to learn and understand the main UK Politicians (Up-to-date as of October 2017). This worksheet allows students to begin to build up knowledge of who they are and what parties they belong to, what they stand for and what their logo means and represents. Students cut out the answers and glue them in the correct box. Also, included, is and extension task, taking the format of thinking hats. Positive, negative, justification and reactions. This allows students to reflect and assess their knowledge of what they have learnt during this task. This could be used as part of lesson, as to why voting is important or UK politics giving and understanding of UK politician what happens in the UK. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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@AllRoundRes How are we learning O'Meter?

@AllRoundRes How are we learning O'Meter?

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to be used a display in classrooms to show students how they are learning, in the classroom environment. A simple and effective display poster which you can use to show students what format they will be learning in the lesson; independently, in partners, in teams or as a class. Great for visual learners, as resource is clear and focused with few words, colour and diagrams. The poster explains to students, what they should do in that format, i.e. if independently they should be in silence, working alone and staying on task. Simply move the arrow to indicate how they will be learning in that part of the lesson. Great to differentiate tasks and work in the classroom, handing over to the student more for a flipped-learning approach to classroom based learning! You, could print this out, in large and display in a prominent and focusing place in the classroom, i.e. above your smartboard or whiteboard etc. Or you could include these in your lesson PPT. Show @AllRoundRes how you use this on your classroom. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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@AllRoundRes "What does this image show?"... The 5W's!

@AllRoundRes "What does this image show?"... The 5W's!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to be used as a starter activity or lesson task, to get students thinking and simulating their brain for the lesson and learning. It is designed to get students thinking about a specific picture/image/text etc. that relates to the lesson or topic. This specific design lets students think about the 5W’s; who, what, where, when and why of the image. Simply, delete the question marks from the box and add your picture, ready for student to analyse. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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@AllRoundRes "What does this image show?"... Your P.O.V!

@AllRoundRes "What does this image show?"... Your P.O.V!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to be used as a starter activity or lesson task, to get students thinking and simulating their brain for the lesson and learning. It is designed to get students thinking about a specific picture/image/text etc. that relates to the lesson or topic. This specific design lets students think about the different types of perspectives of the image. Simply, delete the question marks from the box and add your picture, ready for student to analyse. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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