By Kirstie Andrew-Power

ISBN-10: 1855394502

ISBN-13: 9781855394506

The present academic schedule identifies learner health because the key determinant in fulfillment and final result. How the educational setting is designed may have a big impact on health. profitable and significant reveal displays the ethos of a faculty, and an exhilarating, learning-focused setting makes for excited newcomers. an atmosphere that mirrors admire and care makes rookies think cared for and revered by way of where during which they examine. this absolutely affects on how good scholars examine, how satisfied they're as they research and the dignity and care with which they deal with their college; a similar applies to employees. This ebook addresses a spot out there for secondary college leaders and academics (with transferable classes for fundamental and sixteen — 19 faculties) and gives a toolkit to boost reveal for studying with techniques and recommendations, in the context of the varsity development and transformation time table. The e-book goals to encourage colleagues in faculties to increase this of their school rooms and on an entire institution point — with the incentive and justification for doing so. >

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Clearly labelled storage gives the impression that you are organized, are in What my classroom says about me as a teacher 49 control of your classroom resources, and sends a powerful message to your students. Again this models the behaviours we encourage in our students. The next questions, important to ask from a student perspective, are around the whiteboard, the central place used to communicate ideas. L Can I read the board? L Is it clean or is it a blur of smudges? It is worth assessing whether or not students can read the board from all seats in the classroom, and what you can do to ensure that they can.

28 Display for Learning Spaces beyond display boards . . L How many display boards are there in your classroom? L Have you enough to meet your needs? If the answer to question 2 is ‘no’ then this section will offer ideas and solutions to maximize the use of all your classroom space, using space appropriately to create these exciting learning environments. In every school we visit, we see another creative example of using space beyond the display board. Teachers are brilliant at getting the very best out of their limited resources, and display space provides another good example.

Ideally key words and introductory concepts should be hung from the line about a week before the topic is introduced, allowing them to subconsciously absorb the information. The introduction of new vocabulary as shown in the photograph is an ideal example of the type of resource you would display Display as a learning tool 41 prior to the introduction of a topic. Students then start the topic familiar with some of the key vocabulary, feeling confident with the language from the start. Level descriptors that really encourage progression Attempting to engage students with level descriptors is a challenge; if we take on board that the key to effective display is clear, concise presentation of information it is impossible to display all level descriptors on one board.

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