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Heads Up Teaching and Learning Conference. November 2012. Outstanding learning and teaching. Professor Charles Desforges OBE. Ofsted (September 2012). Pupils to show sustained progress deep understanding skills application readiness to move on. Expert learners exhibit.

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Heads UpTeaching and Learning Conference

November 2012


Outstandinglearning and teaching

Professor Charles Desforges OBE


Ofsted (September 2012)

Pupils to showsustained progressdeep understandingskills applicationreadiness to move on


Expert learners exhibit

- the will to learn

- ability to form objectives for learning (self challenging)

- persistence in adversity

- knowledge of learning processes

- basic skills

- creativity and flexibility (self informing)


achievement

attitudesesp:responsibility persistence

skillsesp:literacy

values

esp:citizenship learning


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Ideal teaching and learning

- learner centred

- cognitive and metacognitive activity

- learning thinking skills

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Challenge:

Changes form as tasks change purposeaccumulation

consolidation/practice

application

discovery/invention

revision


Differentiation by

presentationsupportproduction


When does knowledge use fail?

- the knowledge is not there

- knowledge is there but relevance is not seen

- relevance is seen but application strategy not available

- strategy available but commitment lacking


Teaching for knowledge use

Teach:

- an active knowledge base

- application strategies

- ‘can do’ attitude

- authentic activities


Learning in and out of school

in school out of school

individual shared

general specific

symbolic manipulation contextualised reasoning

“How can schools enable youngstersto connect and draw from all the forces for learning at their disposal?”


References

About learning (2006) London:Demos: www.demos.co.ukBransford, J.D. et al (1999) How people learn. Washington: National Academy Pressfuturelab.org.ukOfsted (2012) Improving Schools (from Ofsted website)www.c4eo.org.uk


Charles Desforges

[email protected]


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