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|CPD||Approaches to Reading|
Do we have to read it? Thinking about using 'reading' effectively in the classroomThis resource highlights a range of approaches to reading in the classroom and the reasons we ask pupils to engage in reading activities, including the importance of subject language(ta), study skills(topic), and conceptual reasoning(ta) and visualisation(ta) arising from subject based reading activities.
|CPD||Directed Activities Related to Text (DARTs)|
Developing good pedagogy in using text based activities for learningThis resource covers a range of Directed Activities Related to Text, highlighting the importance of language(ta) and visualisation(ta) in activities, and their role in active learning(ta) and study skills(topic).
|Effective Learning||Developing Effective Learning|
A unit exploring 'effective learning' in the classroomThis document takes a longer look at effective learning, study skills(topic), and the attributes of effective learners.
|Measuring||Thinking about measurement|
How big is it? Thinking about measurementThis module introduces the uses and limitations of measuring size, as well as giving a taste of using distance learning(i) materials for higher education. This resource can serve as a useful revision of various measures, while providing helpful insight into active learning techniques, use of real life examples, the importance of technical language, and the importance of study skills(topic) (such as use of dictionaries, indexes, representation of information, etc.).
Exploring patterns in mathematicsEach chapter of this tutorial highlights the study skills(topic) required to work through the real world examples and activities given. There are problems to be solved, some of which involve higher order(ta) thinking skills (for example, being asked to correct a set of instructions), and all of which encourage the use of mathematical language(ta) and mathematical thinking(ta). The resource could also be used in class, or as a useful homework(ta) pack.
|Sampling||Sampling techniques to assess population size|
|VLE||Using a VLE in the Classroom|
Using a VLE to support the teaching of FrenchThis activity uses a VLE to help pupils develop their language(ta) and vocabulary(ta) skills using games(tool) and a range of teacher-produced digital media. These resources were also available to the pupils out of school to support them with their homework(ta), thus equipping pupils with more independent study skills(topic). The teacher also used the VLE to support their own classroom management(ta), using data from the VLE to record which tasks the pupils has worked on.
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