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Not sure where to start when trying to plan the perfect lesson? Unsure on how to formulate a plan?
This course is designed to support teachers at both primary and secondary level in how to go about planning lessons with the progress of students in mind.
The course includes:
If you are a new teacher trying to work out the best way to plan a lesson or series of lessons or a more experienced teacher looking to "get back to basics", then this course is for you.
This course is the second in a series of courses designed for teachers that includes, Creating a Classroom Buzz, a highly acclaimed CPD course currently in the top 20 on Udemy for teacher training.
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|Section 1: An introduction to planning for progress|
Welcome to the course!
|Section 2: The essentials of planning for progress|
Outstanding teaching and Learning - what is it?
Essential elements of lesson planning
By the end of this lecture you will understand how to implement the four part lesson plan across a series of lessons
By the end of this lecture, you will be aware of misconceptions in planning and delivery of high quality teaching and learning
Lesson Plan Proforma
By the end of this lecture, you will understand what effective lesson objectives and outcomes look like. You will also be able to develop and write your own objectives and outcomes for any type of lesson across any subject area.
Examples of effective lesson objectives and outcomes
This lecture explores the different types of questions you could look to incorporate into your lesson plans, backed up by academic research.
By the end of this lecture, you will understand what differentiation is, the pitfalls of implementation and some possible solutions and tools for planning for differentiation.
By the end of this lecture, you will understand the different types of assessment that you can embed into your own lesson plans as well as some tools for implementation.
By the end of this lecture, you will understand why the setting up of a classroom is intrinsically linked to the lesson planning process.
|Quiz 1||10 questions|
If you have planned a lesson or series of lessons, use this quiz to prompt some self evaluation.
I'm Thomas Rogers, a passionate and experienced educator from the UK.
I started my professional teaching career as a High School teacher in 2008 and, at the age of 28, went on to become a Head of Department in one of the highest performing schools in the North West of England in 2013. In September 2016, I will take up the role of Head of History at O Castro International School in Spain.
I have founded, organised and co-hosted #TMHistoryIcons, the only national TeachMeet for History teachers in the UK. Its inaugural meeting took place in March 2016 in Chester and was attended by more than 100 teachers. I currently write a weekly column for the TES, the largest educational publication in the UK.
I am the director of RogersHistory, an online educational platform which was used by more than 100 schools and 1000 students last academic year.
I try to bring my passion for teaching and learning into all my Udemy courses. The way in which my courses are planned reflects my current professional role and subject expertise.