Move Me On 157: Getting knowledge across

Teaching History feature

By HA, published 15th December 2014

How to get the knowledge across to students

This issue's problem: Rose Valognes feels she hasn't got enough ways of getting knowledge across to the students before they can do something with it.

After a positive start to her training year, Rose Valognes seems to have got stuck in a rut in her thinking, with her lessons falling into a very predictable pattern. She sums this up as ‘find a way to get the information across then get the kids to do something with it'. While she recognises that her lessons are becoming very formulaic and often dull, her assumption is that if she could just find new ways of tackling the first stage, the problems would all be sorted...

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