Planning Matrix

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Planning Matrix

1. Learning Dynamics

1.1. Individual Dynamic

1.1.1. Use provided resources to learn/solve problem/s

1.1.2. Independent inquiry

1.1.3. Regular D.I.R.T or peer assessment time

1.2. Group Dynamic

1.2.1. Singeluar Outcome from the collective

1.2.2. Group Roles

1.2.3. Learn together though create individual outcomes

1.2.4. Number group members, test have number from each groups against their respective numbers.

1.2.5. Group discussion on how critiquing concise wording of learning

1.2.6. Designated time to dicuss with leanring buddies

1.2.7. Carousel of learning

1.2.8. Each member of a group learns a different subject, they then return to their parent groups and are responsible for tutoring one another (reinforce with a assessment a the end).

1.2.9. Speed Dating - share ideas/learning with one another in quick succession.

1.2.10. Teach OK! - pairs re-teach one another concepts when they hear the words "Teach OK!"

2. Activity

2.1. Pratical

2.1.1. Step-by-step

2.1.2. Autonomous Investigaiton

2.1.3. Solve a problem/produce something to help

2.1.4. Give a menu of choices to demonstrate learning

2.2. Worksheet

2.2.1. Definitons of glossary

2.2.2. Deigram/s

2.2.3. Exam question/s

2.2.3.1. Multiple coice

2.2.3.2. define

2.2.3.3. compare

2.2.3.4. describe

2.2.3.4.1. Examination

2.2.3.5. explain

2.2.3.6. jutify

2.2.3.7. fill in the blanks

2.2.4. Students collaborate on exam questions - topic groups, writing a question & marckscheme each.

2.3. Media

2.3.1. Images

2.3.1.1. Diagram

2.3.1.2. Poster

2.3.1.3. Infogram

2.3.1.4. Comics

2.3.1.5. Memes

2.3.2. Video

2.3.2.1. Interview

2.3.2.2. Sketch

2.3.2.4. Documentry

2.3.2.5. Annotating and speaking over modelled work work

2.3.2.6. Recording and desribing working process

2.3.2.7. News Report

2.3.2.8. Stop-Motion Movie (paper, play-doe, live action, Lego etc...)

2.3.3. Audio

2.3.3.1. News Report

2.3.3.2. Podcast

2.3.3.5. Interview

2.3.4. Document

2.3.4.1. News article

2.3.4.2. Notes

2.3.4.3. Informative Leaflet

2.4. Presentation

2.4.1. Aids, such as Play-Doe

2.4.2. Rap, jingle or peom

2.4.3. Provide an image to talk about

2.4.4. Formal presentation

2.4.5. Verbal only

2.4.6. Sale pitch

2.4.7. Debate

2.4.8. Role-Play

2.4.9. Chant

2.5. Misc

2.5.1. Collaborate idea

2.5.1.1. Onto virtual note board - lino, wallwisher etc...

2.5.1.2. Stick notes on a wall

2.5.1.3. A3 paper, flip chart etc...

2.5.2. Collaborate onto one outcome

2.5.2.1. Complete a paragraph/section each (using Google Doc, Sheet, Slides, Conceptboard etc...)

2.5.3. Mind Maps

2.5.4. Model Making

2.5.5. Flash card creation - student holds on head, others describe and they guess. OR show title and guess what description (on back) is.

2.5.6. Carousel Discussions - discuss and note, move one person every 3 minutes to share ideas between groups

2.5.7. Room 101 - Find something that should be banned/replaced/made illegal/stooped, justify why (groups or independently)

2.5.8. Snap/Uno cards (custom) - match a word with the description and get rid of all ones cards to win

2.5.9. Play-Do modelling and explanation.

3. Assessment

3.1. Formative

3.1.1. Direct observation/s

3.1.2. Targetted questioning

3.1.3. Quiz

3.1.4. Written reflection

3.1.5. Concisely, critiqued paragraph written/spoken

3.1.6. Essay plan

3.1.7. Open book examination

3.1.8. Minute Paper - one minute to summerise learning

3.1.9. Traffic Lights, RAG, Thumbs up/down

3.1.10. Word Sort

3.1.11. Flash Cards

3.2. Summative

3.2.1. Collect and mark work with a grade

3.2.2. Essay

3.2.3. Report

3.2.4. Oral presentation/pratical

3.3. Peer

3.3.1. Structured peer assessment with justified feedback

3.3.2. Peer written exam question/s with mark schemes

3.3.3. Oral feedback

3.3.4. Students ask a question to prompt a response that would improve work