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|Weeks 1 and 2, click to view|
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Week 3 develops that further but begins the process of reflecting on how as a teacher you may choose to set up lessons to ensure they can engage all students, retain a sense of progression and purpose and be manageable for 1 or at most 2 adults to support. Some approaches that might work well in other subjects may well (will) prove stifling and limiting if they hold students back from getting to grips with practical work, but being too open to everyone digging in exposes the teacher to unrealistic requirements to troubleshoot and assist.
This is the learning objectives part of the Storyboard - these objectives though are starting points - in the first and last weeks delegates will be asked to review them and adapt them.
In week five delegates respond to the feedback from their peers and from their tutor and make the final adjustments to their lesson plans.
In the seventh week the remaining two lessons are delivered, supported by the feedback and reflection on the progress their class had made and comparing it to similar groups in other academies. Where possible one of those lessons will allow a colleague to visit and informally observe and participate and for the delegate to also visit a colleague's lesson.