Phil spoke on
Precision Teaching: Changing the culture of the classroom one lesson at a time. As schools continue to make significant investment in developing technology‐rich contemporary learning environments, school leaders are under increasing pressure to demonstrate a high return on investment in terms of raised educational outcomes. This presentation will demonstrate how on demand access to real time data and an inquiry approach to teaching has the potential to make visible the needs of every learner; needs that have previously gone unseen, unnoticed, and therefore un‐actionable.
Thought provoking session. My top five take outs were:
• Learning intentions / rubrics can cap learning.
• All learning is a journey with a destination. Where we start from, and how we get there is different for each learner.
• In teaching there is a place for direct teaching, for coaching and for checking progress in the learning journey.
• Flipping the classroom needs also means getting actionable data, before the start of the lesson.
• Great pedagogy trumps great subject knowledge.
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