Ten pedagogies .. or more? Active Reflection on Teaching and Learning
Differentiation, co-operative learning, modelling, experiential learning, assessment for learning, embedding language and literacy, e-learning and technology, theory versus practice, learning conversations, multi-sensory learning .. ? This session will support you in actively reflecting on your own practice for personal and professional learning and development.
In this session you will
- learn to recognise a range of pedagogic styles and their uses.
- recognise your own preferred styles and develop strategies to expand your repertoire.
- develop a plan to increase confidence in adopting teaching and learning strategies and activities that are appropriate to the specific needs of your learners.
Format: This is an active session where teachers will reflect on and assess their own classroom practice and, in collaboration with other teachers, develop resources and activities to use in the classroom to enhance the learning and teaching experience for all.
Participants: This session is for teachers of all subjects. Participants need to be willing to reflect critically on their own practice and be interested in developing new strategies to support their students’ learning and development.