We understand that some students may not have access to the internet at home and therefore run a homework club in the morning before school.
Students may also use the computers in the Library at break and lunchtime.
Either collect in for you won future planning or discuss the outcomes as a class or in small groups.
Cyber teacher – Independence Powerpoint set up with all the information and guidance pupils might need.
As well as 12 inspiring presentations and a brilliant keynote speech, attendees were also asked to write down and share one ‘pedagogical nugget’!
Tree Of Life Essay - Shoreham Academy Homework
This is what they came up with: (Un)planning – Independence / Challenge Do not have pre destined outcome for students but allow them to work collaboratively and choose how to present evidence of their learning.Matt describes Stephen’s speech below: An inspiring reminder of why we do what we do.Making the point brilliantly that we are experts and can do it fine thanks – despite what the Daily Mail and others might suggest!Summed up perfectly in the story of pizza hut in the states offering a slice of pizza for reading a book, caused smart students to read small easy books and so get lots of free pizza…so the need to be careful what and how we praise and the culture it reinforces to get the outcomes we want is key.The table cloths had been hired, posh new water bottles bought, prizes collected and new oak lectern constructed.The hall was soon full, the tea and cake were in full flow and the presenters were ready to go! It was a great evening full of pedagogical gold and inspiration.Summed up with a lots of sighs when she said ‘some hard to reach pupils speak to pepper and say ‘at least I’ve got you’ or ‘you don’t call me names’.Lots of brilliant ideas about what and how of blogging – including ‘quad blogging’ 4 schools working on similar themes and commenting on them across 4 countries – and peer marking of some geography work between a Durrington class and a class in Thailand.Presentations from the evening can be viewed below.Thanks to Matt Mc Kee – @matt_mckee SA (Shoreham Academy) for the summary of each one. Josie Maitland – The Angmering School (@ukcreativeed) Details on growth and fixed mindsets – and how praise can make the ‘point’ of what we do the praise and reward itself – rather than the skill of resilience, accepting difficulty and failures on the way to success and the challenge of the work.