By Stev Kennewell
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Evaluating for the more experienced trainee teacher As you gain more experience, you may be able to move away from the structured evaluation formats used by a beginning teacher. Whatever format you choose to use, it should cover the following four points: 1 2 3 4 What were the positive aspects of the lesson, and how do you know this? Were the lesson objectives met, and how do you know? Were there any development issues arising from the lesson, and how do you know? What have I learnt about the theme?
This is particularly helpful for the pupil’s next teacher as an aid in the planning process. It is a useful exercise for pupils to participate in the levelling process to give them the level criteria (expressed in appropriate language) and ask them to try to identify where they might be on the scales. Assessment should always be seen against the background of school, regional and national expectations and targets. Pupils should now arrive in secondary school with a wealth of data on their achievement to date.
What has stayed the same? 3 shows another modern layout. 2? 3 Learning styles classroom (see Prashnig, 2006) COMPUTER ROOM LAYOUT There are a number of possible layouts for the computers in the ICT room. Common ones include the following: • • • around the edge of the room, against the walls; across the room in rows; islands. 4 Computer room layouts What are the strengths and weakness of the three common layouts above? 4 shows what is probably the most common layout encountered in our schools. It has the advantage that the teacher can see exactly what every pupil is doing as they can see all the screens from anywhere in the room.
A Practical Guide to Teaching ICT in the Secondary School (Routledge Teaching Guides) by Stev Kennewell