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PGCE Society, Health and Development. Planning for AfL. Aim. To understand the role of AfL in effective teaching … and how to plan for it. Learning outcomes. To apply understanding of AfL from the lecture and morning follow-up session to teaching in SHD/HSC

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Aim
  • To understand the role of AfL in effective teaching … and how to plan for it
learning outcomes
Learning outcomes
  • To apply understanding of AfL from the lecture and morning follow-up session to teaching in SHD/HSC
  • To develop a range of strategies for AfL, including peer-assessment and self-assessment
  • To understand how to plan lessons that employ AfL
  • To consider the role of starters and plenaries in AfL
professional standards for qts
Professional standards for QTS

This session contributes to

  • Q10: have a knowledge and understanding of a range of teaching … strategies …
  • Q12: know a range of approaches to assessment, including the importance of formative assessment
  • Q22 …designing effective learning sequences within lessons …
working inside the black box1
Working inside the black box

Four key findings:

  • Questioning
  • Feedback through marking
  • Peer and self-assessment
  • The formative use of summative tests
underlying issues for afl
Underlying issues for AfL
  • Learning theory
  • Subject differences
  • Motivation and self-esteem
  • A learning environment
    • Principles and plans
    • Roles and responsibilities
assessment principles behind the diploma
Assessment principles behind the Diploma

The Diplomas encourage learners to develop:

  • broad understanding and knowledge about a particular sector
  • skills and attributes related to the chosen sector
  • additional and specialist knowledge and skills to extend the sector-relevant learning
additional and specialist knowledge and skills
Additional and specialist knowledge and skills
  • functional skills in mathematics, English and information and communications technology (ICT)
  • transferable personal, learning and thinking skills (PLTS)
  • investigative and project management skills (through the Diploma project)
  • skills gained through work experience
effective peer assessment and self assessment1
Effective peer assessment and self-assessment
  • Expected learning outcomes are explicit and transparent to learners
  • Learners are able to identify when they have met some or all of the success criteria
  • Learners are taught the skills of collaboration in peer assessment
  • Learners are able to assess their own progress towards becoming more independent
planning task for l2 unit 2 phase 1
Planning task for L2 Unit 2: phase 1
  • Look at the assessment objectives:
    • Edexcel spec page 235
    • Heinemann course book pages 54-55
  • Identify a topic on which you would like to develop a lesson involving peer and self-assessment to support teaching of the learning outcomes and the assessment objectives
  • Start to plan your lesson activities in rough …
planning task for l2 unit 2 phase 2
Planning task for L2 Unit 2: phase 2
  • Decide whether you will need a starter and/or plenary, and if so how you will structure these to support AfL
  • Using the lesson plan pro forma, develop an outline plan for the lesson, indicating:
    • Teacher activity
    • Learner activity
    • AfL
there is a risk
There is a risk …
  • http://www.teachers.tv/video/3308/download/wmv/500k/C1134001.wmv
  • There is a risk … that it can become a tick list. You think you’re doing assessment for learning, but you’re not. You’re just layering on another strategy …
follow up activities
Follow up activities

Required reading:

  • Capel, S., Leask, M. and Turner T. (Eds) Learning to Teach in the Secondary School (4th Edition), London: Routledge, (pp 340-350). [Unit 6.1]

Further reading:

  • DfES (2004) Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools Unit 5: Starters and Plenaries. London: DfES. Available from:

http://www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/secondary/keystage3/all/respub/sec_pptl0

Follow-up activity:

  • Email L2 Unit 2 plan to each other by 2 November
  • Planning to use AfL in your own teaching
  • PGCE School Experience Learning Record, Task 1.7 & 1.8