Pedagogy and professional development teaching resources: Purpose of education

Resources and ideas for pedagogy and professional development, purpose of education, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Unit 2 Level 3 NQF Working in health and social care Roles and Responsibilities

Unit 2 Level 3 NQF Working in health and social care Roles and Responsibilities

This resource consists of two outstanding lessons rolled into one Power Point. Lessons are designed to last for an hour each, however they can be adapted to suit 50 minutes or stretched into double lessons depending on your chosen length of activities and extension tasks. This is designed to support BTEC level 3 HSC students. However, it could also be used to inform individuals about the HSC sector in general. The lesson consists of differentiated learning outcomes based on Bloom's taxonomy, extension tasks, timings, plenaries, homework tasks, case studies and opportunities for revision for unit 1 (human lifespan) as well as unit 2 exam questions and opportunities to develop exam technique. This can be used as an example of how to structure or plan an outstanding lesson. Enjoy!

By NaomiSterling-Smith

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BIGGEST MATHS YEAR 6 SATS PACK ON TES!

BIGGEST MATHS YEAR 6 SATS PACK ON TES!

PACK INCLUDES: OVER 30 PRACTICE PAPERS BROKEN DOWN INTO OBJECTIVES -ALL WITH ANSWERS (OVER 500 QUESTIONS)MATHS MASTERY ACTIVITIES AND IDEAS BASED ON EVERY YEAR 6 OBJECTIVE - FLUENCY/ REASONING/ PROBLEM SOLVING / CONCRETE / PICTORIAL / ABSTRACTPROVE IT! MATHS ASSESSMENT BASED ON EVERY OBJECTIVE (125 QUESTIONS)GAP TRACKERGUESS MY NUMBER CHALLENGES96 MISSING NUMBER BOX CALCUALTIONSGIANT RESONING PACKCOUNTDOWN PACKMATHS CHALLENGE PACKSINVESIGATIONSLESSON PLANBOOK SCRUTINY FORMSRECAP ON YEAR 4 AND 5 MATHS OBJECTIVESMASTERY FRACTION PACK 115 CHALLENGESOVER 100 REASONING QUESTIONS20 STARTERS AND PLENARIES35 MATHS MASTERY YEAR 6 CHALLENGESOVER 50 SATS REASONING QUESTION PACK60 NEW CURRICULUM CHALLENGES70 CHALLENGE CARDS75 MASTERY CHALLENGESREASONING CHALLENGES BASED ON MEASURE

By erylands

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Attendance

Attendance

The intervention - is divided up into 12 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains 12 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 24 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF INTERVENTION This intervention programme is aimed at tackling poor attendance; carrying out the attendance groups during form time, to be able to monitor their attendance weekly. The sessions enable short bursts of relevant discussion that hold their interest and alter their view point, with no more lessons missed. The ultimate aim is to improve each student’s attendance.FACILITATOR NOTES For these sessions you will need access to the student’s attendance records and to familiarize yourself with the school’s attendance policy and liaise with the attendance officer to identify students and any possible issues to be aware of. REFERRAL CRITERIAAttendance below 85%Persistently late for school Persistently late for lessons*Check with attendance officer if there are any exclusions, due to an ongoing medical issues.BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1.Expectations and rules – general overview of the course and its aims.2.Views on attendance – how the students see attendance in general.3.School in general – are there wider issues affecting their attendance at school.4.Patterns of absence – to see if there are any ‘patterns’ to their absence.5.% absence and figures – how days off stack up and affect their attendance percentage.6.Mid way review/celebration – A review of student’s progress and achievements thus far.7.How ill am? What is the aim? – encouraging the student to come in if they are just a bit ‘ill’.8.Lates, how do they affect jobs? – looking at how this impacts their future?9.Jobs etc – continuing the theme from last week’s session.10. Attitudes questionnaire – has their attitude improved since they have been in the group?11.Views on – looking at truancy and the dangers it involves.12. Celebration/graduation – success from the group and choices for the future.

By Sunshine-Groups

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I Am Thinking

I Am Thinking

Save over 60% buying this brilliant set of HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) resources, proven in practice to get significant and sustained results. The more your students get the chance to think, to talk, to reflect, to question, to reason, to care and to share, the more they will make rich, broad and deep progress. Use these resources inside and outside the classroom on 1-1, in pairs, in groups, in teams, and as whole class activities. See the Guide for Seven great ideas on how to use the resources. Brilliant, just brilliant.

By msterry21

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Interactive Workbooks

Interactive Workbooks

Buy the bundle and save over 60%. This is the wonderful collection of fourteen interactive workbooks, with thousands of possibilities, so you and your students are getting an amazing deal. These interactive resources have been successfully used as starters, plenaries, breakouts, inclusion, differentiation, extensions, peer-to-peer learning, as rich learning points, and to get students speaking, reflecting, and predicting, talking about their work and its applications in and outside the school. Buy them, try them and thrive. Incredible.

By msterry21

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Reading Staff Meeting  ( training, INSET, presentation, reading skills, teaching, activities )

Reading Staff Meeting ( training, INSET, presentation, reading skills, teaching, activities )

This resource consists of a 17 –page PowerPoint presentation with four supporting word documents for an hour-long training session on methods for teaching reading. The content includes looking at a range of methods of teaching reading from the past and present, an activity in which staff attempt to decode five mystery texts, discussion of diagrams which show the skills used for reading, a task to match activities to reading skills and an opportunity for teachers to reflect on the provision for reading in their own classrooms. This staff meeting is interactive and informative and suitable for primary schools. It has been tried and tested with a large staff team and well received. Please leave a review if you find this useful. Thank you!

By magicinkstand

Thinking Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Remembering

Thinking Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Remembering

Part of a brilliant set of HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) resources, proven in practice to get significant and sustained results. This set is about Remembering. The more your students get the chance to think, to talk, to reflect, to question, to reason, to care and to share, the more they will make rich, broad and deep progress. Use these resources inside and outside the classroom on 1-1, in pairs, in groups, in teams, and as whole class activities. See the Guide for Seven great ideas on how to use the resources. Brilliant, just brilliant.

By msterry21

Thinking Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Evaluating

Thinking Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Evaluating

Part of a brilliant set of HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) resources, proven in practice to get significant and sustained results. This set is about Evaluating. The more your students get the chance to think, to talk, to reflect, to question, to reason, to care and to share, the more they will make rich, broad and deep progress. Use these resources inside and outside the classroom on 1-1, in pairs, in groups, in teams, and as whole class activities. See the Guide for Seven great ideas on how to use the resources. Brilliant, just brilliant.

By msterry21

Think Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Analysing

Think Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) This set is about Analysing

Part of a brilliant set of HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) resources, proven in practice to get significant and sustained results. This set is about Analysing. The more your students get the chance to think, to talk, to reflect, to question, to reason, to care and to share, the more they will make rich, broad and deep progress. Use these resources inside and outside the classroom on 1-1, in pairs, in groups, in teams, and as whole class activities. See the Guide for Seven great ideas on how to use the resources. Brilliant, just brilliant.

By msterry21

Rounding

Rounding

Use these resources inside and outside the classroom, one-to-one, in pairs, groups, teams, and as whole class activities. These resources have been used in the UK, India and Africa as rich starting points, starters, plenaries, breakouts, extensions, inclusion and differentiation.Proven in practice to boost confidence, increase resilience, securing significant and sustained results for a wide variety of students. Also proven to be beneficial for cover lessons, for Teaching Assistants and Trainee Teachers. Excellent for use in after-school clubs and at home as well.

By msterry21

Equations of Lines

Equations of Lines

Use these resources inside and outside the classroom, one-to-one, in pairs, groups, teams, and as whole class activities. These resources have been used in the UK, India and Africa as rich starting points, starters, plenaries, breakouts, extensions, inclusion and differentiation. Proven in practice to boost confidence, increase resilience, securing significant and sustained results for a wide variety of students. Also proven to be beneficial for cover lessons, for Teaching Assistants and Trainee Teachers. Excellent for use in after-school clubs and at home as well.

By msterry21

Interactive Workbook Number Grids

Interactive Workbook Number Grids

Part of a wonderful collection of interactive workbooks, this one is about Number Grids. There are thousands of possibilities in each workbook, so for about the cost of a cup of coffee, you and your students are getting an amazing deal. These interactive resources have been successfully used as starters, plenaries, breakouts, inclusion, differentiation, extensions, peer-to-peer learning, as rich learning points, and to get students speaking, reflecting, and predicting, talking about their work and its applications in and outside the school. Buy them and try them. Incredible.

By msterry21

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ACT Video "If You Can Dream It, You Can Achieve It

ACT Video "If You Can Dream It, You Can Achieve It

This resource is for grades 9-12. The ACT video explains why it is mandatory to take the ACT,encourages student to think about career opportunities available as a result of taking the ACT test, and provides images to encourage students to think positive about ACT testing. The ACT music video can beincluded in a school’s ACT Testing Prep Program. Learning objectives:• Understand the ACT test is mandatory means to be successful in the college curriculum• Visualize a positive outcome about taking the ACT test.Differentiation opportunities- This music video comes under the musical and visual spatial Gardner’s multiple intelligences. Target students that are visual and auditory learners.The goal of the ACT music video is to enhance a positive attitude towards ACT testing. Standards that apply: Career and College Standards-Technology and Tools Practical Tips: • Use ACT music video 10 minutes before testing if testing only in the morning.• If testing all day, play the music video 10 minutes before testing in the morning, and in the afternoon after students have settled for 10 minutes after lunch, play the ACT music video. Present ACT music video several ways:• Individual classrooms• Assign groups of students to areas of the school large enoughfor testing. (If possible, divide equally based on population). Use for after school ACT tutoring programs• Develop a two or three day testing schedule NOTE: Playing this ACT music video is for ACT practice assessments-not the actual ACT test.

By Yvonne789

Identifying your Values

Identifying your Values

This is an excellent resource to use for groups of people that have just come together, as a class or as a project team. It consists of an interactive powerpoint presentation that introduces the topic of values and starts the thought process of what values really are and why they are so important to identify on a personal and group level.The resource also contains a three page worksheet that has over 50 values listed. The group go through and identify their own values and then as a team agree on the top 5 values going forward. This is a great bonding exercise and allows the group to identify their own values and beliefs instead of having a teacher and / or facilitator imposing them on them. It is also a good team building activity that tests their negotiation skills.Sets the stage for an excellent learning programme to commence with motivated learners.

By biowriterab

Reflection Questions for the end of the day

Reflection Questions for the end of the day

50 reflection questions / prompts for the end of the school day.50 questions displayed on your choice of cards or strips.Provided in black/white and colour.UK and US spelling (only affected one word – favourite/favorite)2 cards displayed on each page.16 strips displayed on each page.Included: ♦ 50 questions on cards - colour♦ 50 questions on card – black and white♦ 50 questions on strips - colour♦ 50 questions on strips – black and white♦ Additional cards/strips for US spellingA variety of thought-provoking questions that encourage students to reflect on their day at school. Suitable for all age groups.Examples: ♦ What are some ways that you could share your learning with your family and friends?♦ If your teacher asked you to hand out a certificate today, who would you give it to? What would you write on it?♦ What could you do tomorrow that might improve someone else’s day at school?♦ What did you find challenging today? What did you do to manage the challenge?♦ List 10 things about school that you appreciate.♦ Did any activities today help you to understand things better than other activities you’ve tried?♦ If you could have this day again, what would you do differently? What would you do the same?♦ What school values did you show today? Give examples. **********************************************************************© Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

Effective Teaching Strategies (STAFF CPD)

Effective Teaching Strategies (STAFF CPD)

This mini presentation focuses on different teaching strategies, the importance of challenging children, the importance of being a good role model as a teacher and discusses growth/fixed mindsets. A good presentation to start your staff meeting!

By PollyPuddleduck

Goal Setting using SMART goals

Goal Setting using SMART goals

This resource is a PowerPoint presentation with notes within that can be used as a general lesson plan. I have used this for many different audiences from young people through to the corporate sector when looking at setting goals for learning, business and personal areas of life.The worksheet has a couple of examples of how to set out SMART goals and room to create their own.

By biowriterab

Developing self reflective practice ¦ Early years practice guide

Developing self reflective practice ¦ Early years practice guide

A guide that explains the importance of self-reflective practice and explores the different tools available to you.As a professional in childcare and early years you want to provide the best care possible for the children in your setting. Reflective practice is an excellent way to maintain and continually improve the quality of your practice. Reflective practice is the process of thinking about and analysing your practice, with the aim of challenging, changing, modifying, developing and improving it. This should be a continuous cycle of reflection and improvement.This practice guidance has been developed for all professionals including childminders, nursery workers and nannies.

By paceydigital2015

Prime and specific areas of learning ¦ Early years practice guide

Prime and specific areas of learning ¦ Early years practice guide

This practice guidance will consider areas of best practice when delivering the prime and specific areas of learning.All childcare settings on the Early Years register must deliver the areas of learning and development unless they have applied for an exemption to certain areas. For example, some Steiner settings have done this to fit in with their ethos of how children learn.The seven areas of learning and development are split into three prime and four specific areas. Research shows that the prime areas are time sensitive, if a child has not achieved the goals in these areas by the time they are 5-years-old, we know that they are much harder to achieve later in life. Development in the specific areas is underpinned by those in the prime areas.This practice guidance has been developed for all professionals including childminders, nursery workers and nannies.

By paceydigital2015

Poster. Motivation

Poster. Motivation

Help motivate your students with this stunning poster. Provided as a Jpeg for easy printing at a range of sizes. Also suitable for insertion into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Life Skills

Poster. Life Skills

A motivational poster to encourage your students to challenge themselves. Provided as a jpeg for printing at various sizes or inserting into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Student Motivation

Poster. Student Motivation

A motivational poster to encourage your students to challenge themselves. Provided as a jpeg for printing at various sizes or inserting into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Motivation

Poster. Motivation

A motivational poster to encourage your students to challenge themselves. Provided as a jpeg for printing at various sizes or inserting into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Motivation

Poster. Motivation

A motivational poster to encourage your students to challenge themselves. Provided as a jpeg for printing at various sizes or inserting into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Motivation

Poster. Motivation

Help motivate your students with this stunning poster. Provided as a Jpeg for easy printing at a range of sizes. Also suitable for insertion into documents.

By maelmatthews

Poster. Motivation

Poster. Motivation

Help motivate your students with this stunning poster. Provided as a Jpeg for easy printing at a range of sizes. Also suitable for insertion into documents.

By maelmatthews

The Effective Learning Toolkit - 9 tools to improve learning

The Effective Learning Toolkit - 9 tools to improve learning

De Bono's thinking hats, CORT thinking tools, mind mapping, the research road map - these are just a handful of the 9 learning tools that teachers and students can use to help promote more effective learning. This 12 page booklet (PDF) introduces each tool, provides examples of how they can be used, and finishes with a lengthy bibliography to promote further understanding of learning to learn.

By mediamnemonics

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PSHE. Motivational Poster

PSHE. Motivational Poster

A stunning motivational poster to brighten your classroom and make students think about effort and positivity. Provided as a jpeg so that it can be printed at various sizes and even inserted into documents.

By StartEducation