A key Improvement Priority for the school this session is that of developing high quality learning experiences.  As a school we acknowledge that we can only achieve this by working together to improve the quality of learning and teaching across the curriculum and thereby ensure that every lesson counts.

Create purpose

Slavin, Robert E. (2009) “The effective lesson“, Educational Psychology: theory and practice, 11th Edition, Pearson Education Inc., pp. 217-251, available on 3rd December, 2018.

Inspire

 

Challenge & engage

St. Onge, J. & Eitel, K. (2017) “Increasing active participation and engagement of students in circle formations“, Networks: An online Journal for Teacher Research, Vol. 19, Issue 1, available on 3rd December, 2018.

Reflect & review

McFadzien, N. (2015) “Why is effective feedback so critical in teaching and learning?“, Journal of Initial Teacher Enquiry, Vol. 1, pp. 16-18, available on 25th January, 2019.

Ndoye, Abdou (2017) “Peer/self assessment and student learning“, International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol. 29, Number 2, pp. 255-269, available on 3rd December, 2018.