06/07 - PoLTS

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1. Factors impacting on Student Achievement

1.1. Students

1.1.1. 50% impact on learning

1.2. Home

1.2.1. 5 - 10%

1.3. Schools

1.3.1. 5 - 10%

1.4. Peer Effects

1.4.1. 5 - 10%

1.5. Teachers

1.5.1. 30%

2. Teacher Statisitics

2.1. Average school and average teacher

2.1.1. Entering School

2.1.1.1. 50th

2.1.2. After 2 years

2.1.2.1. 50th

2.2. Least Effective school and least effective teacher

2.2.1. After 2 years

2.2.1.1. 3rd

2.3. Most effective school and least effective teacher

2.3.1. After 2 years

2.3.1.1. 37th

2.4. Most effective school and teacher

2.4.1. After 2 years

2.4.1.1. 96th

2.5. Most effective school and average teacher

2.5.1. After 2 years

2.5.1.1. 78th

2.6. Least effective school and most effective teacher

2.6.1. After 2 years

2.6.1.1. 63rd

3. Teachers

3.1. Teacher are among the most powerful influences on

3.2. Teachers need to be aware of students thinking

3.3. Teachers need to be caring, influential and engaged

4. Attribute of an Effective Teacher

4.1. Think of a time when you learnt powerfully

4.1.1. Chemistry

4.1.1.1. Mr Bowen

4.2. Powerful learning is promoted by

4.2.1. Using different learning styles

4.2.2. Making the environment warm and friendly

4.2.3. Content is less important

5. Talking Vs Doing

5.1. Walk the talk

5.2. Embody the values and beliefs you teach

5.3. Folio

5.3.1. Explain what you believe and what has/hasn't worked

6. Completing vs Comprehending

6.1. Students are normally concerned with completing the task vs comprehending it

6.2. Need to move towards comprehension

7. Classroom Orientation

7.1. Learning Orientation

7.1.1. Focus on understanding major ideas

7.1.2. Work is purposeful and directed at making sense

7.2. Work Orientation

7.2.1. Focus on competing the work

7.3. Work-Avoidance Orientation

7.3.1. Teacher doesn't push students

8. Types of Knowledge

8.1. Fragile Knowledge

8.1.1. Inert

8.1.1.1. Its there but you can't do anything with it

8.1.2. Ritualisitic

8.1.2.1. Pattern useful for school task

8.1.3. Naive

8.1.3.1. Simplistic

8.2. Generative Knowledge

8.2.1. Retention

8.2.1.1. of knowledge

8.2.2. Understanding

8.2.2.1. of Knowledge

8.2.3. Active

8.2.3.1. Use of knowledge

9. What do Students Value?

9.1. From the students POV

9.1.1. What is the role of the teacher?

9.1.2. What is the role of the student?

9.1.3. What is effective learning?

10. Our Educative Purpose

10.1. What is powerful to Learn

10.1.1. VELS

10.2. What is powerful learning and what promotes it?

10.2.1. Principles of Learning and Teaching

10.3. How do we know if it has been learnt

11. PoLTS

11.1. Why

11.1.1. Teacher Ownership

11.1.2. Teachers as generators of knowledge

11.1.3. Collaboration

11.1.4. A willingness to question existing practice

11.1.5. Support for Risk taking

11.1.6. Evolutionary, not revolutionary

11.2. PoLTS Unpacked

11.2.1. Strategies for solving problems

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