PGCE School Experience 1 Briefing. Gill Woods. Important Dates for SE1. Roles and Responsibilities of the Class Teacher (p.10). Attend training in order to support the SE process Discuss and clarify expectations Discuss planning with trainee
Organisation of SE file
NB: Always in school, visible and professional in appearance
1.Set up files according to the handbook
2.Observe at least one lesson daily and complete the Observation by Trainee Teacher form
3.Work alongside the class teacher taking groups as required and provide retrospective lesson plans for at least 5 of these group lessons.
4.Discuss with the class teacher which groups they will be working with in subsequent weeks, and the lessons they will be teaching.
5.Prepare lesson/session plans for groups to be taught in week 2. They should aim to be planning one session each day. Discuss these with the teacher.
6.Prepare co-teaching lessons/sessions for next week with the class teacher.
7. Prepare a weekly review sheet for the weekly meeting and following the discussion, complete the form with agreed targets set for the next week.
8.Make some reflective entries in the RP about what they have learned from their experiences this week.
9.Identify a timescale to complete their professional enquiry tasks (and collection of PSS data if appropriate).
Please note weeks 1 and 2 are not assessed.
During the mid-point of the School Experience they will meet with you and/or supervisory tutor to discuss their progress to date and to set further targets for the next few weeks. The school will complete the Mid-Point Review Sheet and it should be kept at the front of your school experience file with a copy emailed to [email protected] This should arrive at the School Experience office no later thanFriday 21st November 2014.
NB. They may be asked to return to UW for further support following the mid-point review .
In addition during week 8:
IT IS THE TRAINEE TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THAT THE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE REPORT IS COMPLETED AND SENT TO THE RIGHT PLACE BY THE APPROPRIATE DATE.
A clearer process
Julie Sutton 2013