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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Claire Meakin


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Created on 13 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 15 August 2011 by ncetm_administrator
As the bell goes: Audio reflections
 
 

Teacher - Claire Meakin

I am currently teaching at Penair School in Truro and have been here since my NQT year - I am just completing my third year.  I'm also an ITT mentor for SCITT trainees so I hope to offer reflections on lessons that trainees taught as well as lessons that I teach whilst being observed.
 
 
Audio Reflections by Claire
  • An effective APP lesson
    Claire describes a very successful APP lesson and reflects on whether every lesson needs to show progress in learning
  • Bearings
    Claire describes a very successful lesson on bearings
  • Cover work
    Claire reflects on the difficulty of setting cover work for classes when she is absent
  • Speaking and Listening
    Claire describes a lesson with a low ability Y9 class which specifically encouraged speaking and listening skills
  • Sponsorship
    Claire describes a lesson where she used the assessment for learning technique of sponsorship to good effect
  • Students evaluating their own learning
    Claire discussed the use of What Works Well (WWW) and Even Better If (EBI) as a tool for getting students to evaluate their own learning
  • The difference ICT makes
    Claire reflects on the difference that ICT can make to a difficult group on a wet Wednesday afternoon
  • The power and ease of Autograph
    Claire describes her first lesson using Autograph and how pleasantly surprised she was
  • WALT and WILF
    Claire discusses how the use of learning objectives in her lessons has become more successful with the use of WALT (We Are Learning To…) and, in particular, WILF (What I’m Looking For)
  • What makes an effective revision lesson?
    Claire describes a revision lesson and wonders what makes for a really effective one.
 
 
 

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