Archive for the ‘GTP’ Category

Oh no, not another multiplication method!! #vedic —

Guestblogger: tessmaths A Vedic multiplication method For some students the column method for long multiplication is enough for them to master. This equips them with a skill to use and apply in ever increasing magnitude even up to multiplying by eleventy billion. For some students who struggle you, as the teacher, may need to pull another […]

Have you seen the top 5 steps to improved leadership and successful learning conversations? —

Guestblogger: @signpostcoach Using the coaching model to prepare teachers for leadership roles and conversations 1. Using the wheel of life approach to identify key leadership skills and practises. Identifying 8 areas of leadership one for each quadrant on the wheel and dividing each quadrant according to how successful you feel in that area. 2. Identifying personal […]

What is the Accelerated Learning Cycle in Teaching Learning? Finally a Summary of ALC! —

The Accelerated Learning Cycle is based on the work of Alastair Smith and ALITE, amongst other educational professionals. It stems from the idea of a supportive and challenging learning environment. The cycle has active engagement through multi-sensory learning, encourages the demonstrating understanding of learning in a variety of ways and the consolidation of knowing. This […]

How do I work effectively with my Teaching Learning Support Assistant in the classroom? #classroomteam —

Making sure that you work effectively with your Teacher Assistant  or Learning Support Assistant is paramount to success in the classroom. There are many things to consider when planning and delivering a lesson that involves support. Building a good relationship with your teaching assistant and making them feel part of your team of delivering learning […]