Monthly Archives: January 2014

January 31

Modelling in History

Why can extended writing often be so difficult? Do your students find it hard to get going on a piece of work? Does low level behaviour increase when you set independent work? Do your students find planning and completing the task a challenge? Is key vocabulary often lacking in final work? Is students’ work regularly […]

January 06

Questioning INSET

How can we effectively create a ‘climate for questioning’ in our classrooms? What can we do to ensure our questions match the needs of all learners? How can we ensure questioning is actively engaging for all our students? These were just some of the questions we covered today as part of our INSET programme. Katie […]