Tag Archives: plenary

Student Led Plenaries in PE

DHS PE teacher Stuart Axten (@StuartAxtenDHS) has been looking at developing effective AfL strategies to use in his own lessons, but also more widely across the department – as a part of his Learning Innovator project.  At the start of … Continue reading

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Plenary Prefects

Twitter really is a marvellous place.  On Monday I was watching a YouTube video of Alistair Smith (@alatalite), presenting a key note speech at the Teaching Learning & Assessment Conference 2013, Berkhamsted School, after having seen it on a tweet.   … Continue reading


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The ‘In & Out’ of a lesson

Blog updated – 6th June 2013 The beginning and end of a lesson are undoubtedly important phases of learning.  In the first 10 minutes of the lesson you are looking to engage students, elicit their prior knowledge and set the scene … Continue reading

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