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NCETM Secondary Magazine, Issue 9 - Professional Development activity - 2 hour learning module - Using the Lesson Objective

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Created on 03 April 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 23 April 2008 by ncetm_administrator


Professional Development activity - 2 hour learning module
Each week the Secondary Magazine will include a Professional Development activity. Available in PDF format, this series of learning modules are ideal for giving a focus to a department meeting or inset session.
Each week we will publish a new learning module, which over the weeks will build up in to a shopping list of PD activities so that you can pick and choose the materials that best suit your own development needs.

The first twelve modules will cover the following areas: Self Evaluation, Why do we teach Mathematics?, Mathematics learning script, Pathways and option: KS3 to KS5, Mathematical vocabulary, AfL: Using the lesson objective - overview, Group Work, C/D Borderline, Planning teaching and learning, Technology for learning, Questioning script and AfL: Formative use of summative tests. This week's module looks at how it can help to advise your learners of their objectives.
The aim of this unit is to explore the benefits of using and sharing an objective with your students in order to provide a solid foundation for further development of Assessment for Learning strategies in your classroom.

Explore the Secondary Magazine
Issue 9
5 Things to do this week
Professional Development activity: Using the Lesson Objective
Website of the week
Secondary Magazine archive

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PD Activities
Why do we teach mathematics?
Learning mathematics in my school
Pathways and options at KS3 to KS5
Mathematical Vocabulary
Group Work
C/D Borderline
Planning teaching and learning

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