SCITT/ITT/Schools Direct/NQT Evidence File (New Standards)

SCITT/ITT/Schools Direct/NQT Evidence File (New Standards)

This resource took some time setting up. It allows you to store all your evidence into a database and produce reports. This can be used by an individual or adapted to suit the needs of a school. Features include: ★ Add evidence and select what standard it relates too ★ Upload files to support evidence ★ When you observe others you can relate this to standards ★ Log all your CPD/training and associate these with teaching standards ★ Produce reports on each teaching standard or all standards ★ Record lesson observations and select what standards you achieved The uploaded file is a .txt and needs to be changed/renamed to a .accdb. If you need help in changing this please contact me. Its a database to store all evidence in one place. It allows you to upload the evidence and select which sub-standard it meets. It is a bit techy and if you need any help then let me know. Saved me lots of paper.
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Teachers TV: Men in Early Years

Teachers TV: Men in Early Years

Only 2% of early years practitioners are male. Why is this and can it be changed? A male reception teacher, male nursery teacher and male nursery nurse give a frank account of what it's like to be a male practitioner in a female dominated work place, discuss the issues they face, the highs and lows of teaching and their thoughts on why having male role models for young children is so important. The programme also benefits from interviews with experts, headteachers, and parents.
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Teachers TV: Collaborative Learning

Teachers TV: Collaborative Learning

Following an Action Research project Park Lane Primary are looking at different learning styles to raise pupil self esteem, accelerate pupils' progress and foster pupil participation in their learning. Teacher Pippa McGeoch took the plunge and removed ability settings in her Year 6 class with very positive results. Working together with Learning Partners and sitting at mixed ability tables, students became more motivated. In a maths lesson on co-ordinates, differentiation is achieved through the choice of Success Criteria. Students are also actively involved in the planning process giving them ownership of what they learn, and in a Jigsaw Learning session groups of students research different subjects and move through the class spreading this learning to others in the same class. Students peer assess each other's letter writing, focusing on informal language. Headteacher Martin Francis monitors the effectiveness of these collaborative learning strategies.
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Assessment: An overview

Assessment: An overview

This article from Teaching Expertise explains how assessment can inform pupil learning and achievement and how to cater for more able pupils.
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NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 23

NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 23

In the 23rd issue of the Primary Magazine, our famous historian is Sir Isaac Newton, our focus is on postage stamps and our CPD opportunity aims to develop subject knowledge in the area of addition. We are also pleased to introduce a new series of articles on the use of ICT in the classroom. The NCETM online magazine is free to all teachers, and comes out every month. To find out more, or to read earlier editions, visit the NCETM website.
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NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 26

NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 26

Welcome to the 26th issue of the Primary Magazine – a very different issue this month! We thought it might be fun to suggest things with a mathematical theme that you could spend some time doing during your holidays – if you feel so inclined! You could just ‘do’ them or you could consider how these ideas could be used with your class in September for some ‘mathematics outside the classroom’ opportunities.
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NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 21

NCETM Primary online Magazine Issue 21

Welcome to the 21st issue of the Primary Magazine. Our famous historian is Mary Boole, our artist is Barbara Hepworth and our CPD opportunity aims to develop subject knowledge in the area of mass. The NCETM online magazine is free to all teachers, and comes out every month. To find out more, or to read earlier editions, visit the NCETM website.
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