Teacher Training (Survive Part 2)

Survive Part 2

Authors: James Woodcock, Matt Bradshaw. Updated by Dr Duncan Marks., 26th November 2014

Part 2 of our Teacher Training Survival Guide takes you through progression, assessment, levels, marking, inspirational lesson ideas, revision and recap & applying for jobs.

Chapter 7: Progression

  • What is Progression in History learning?
  • What is progression?
  • Recommended Reading
  • Activities

Chapter 8: Assessment

  • What REALLY is assessment in History?
  • What is assessment?
  • What & Who should be assessed?
  • Suggested further reading

Chapter 9: Levels

  • Do 'Levels' serve a purpose in History?
  • In favour of levels
  • The argument against Levels
  • Activities

Chapter 10: Marking

  • What's the point of marking?
  • Marking for spelling and grammar
  • Strengths and Targets
  • Traffic lights
  • Comprehensive commentary
  • Peer- and self-assessment
  • Activities

Chapter 11: Inspirational ideas

  • Inspirational ideas for teaching history
  • Inspirational Ideas 1
  • Inspirational Ideas 2
  • Inspirational Ideas 3
  • Inspirational Ideas 4
  • Inspirational Ideas 5
  • Activities

Chapter 12: Revision and Recap

  • Revision and Recap Strategies
  • Different approaches
  • Activities

Chapter 13: Applying for Jobs

  • Applying for teaching jobs
  • Finding teaching positions
  • Finding out about the school
  • Give yourself the best chance
  • Managing rejection
  • Further suggested reading

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