slide 1: What do
do slide 2: Question 1
can we ask students slide 3: What is a great teacher.
http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 21.
The engine of good education is
fantastic questioning. slide 4: Question 1
What do you love to do
What do you feel really great about
What do you want to change about your education
What is a great teacher. http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 28.
3 questions to light the fire in a student slide 5: Ask children questions that you cant answer yourself.
Stay curious as you learn what children find out.
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/changemakers-educators-innovating-learning-matt-karlsen-laura-white slide 7: Question 1
What was the most important thing you learned from what you worked on
What questions do you ask yourself to get motivated
What would you do differently to learn more / better
3 questions to help a student reflect slide 8: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/How-do-you-motivate-yourself-1378486 slide 9: Question 2
How do we
listen to students slide 10: Teaching means to model curiosity.
http://www.teachthought.com/pedagogy/what-teaching-means/ slide 11: In a classroom setting what would
happen if we reduced teacher
talk by 50
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/stop-start-continue-conceptual-meets-applied-david-hawley slide 12: Do you lead with your mouth – or with your ears
http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/oct12/vol70/num02/Eight-Things-Skilled-Teachers-Think-Say-and-Do.aspx slide 13: http://youtu.be/v3HP_bSQpBk minute 25.
Teaching is a lot about
Michael Sandel slide 14: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Listening-tips-1485898 slide 15: Question 3
How do we
use social media slide 16: Teachers who
blog are the
http://www.joebower.org/2013/01/want-to-be-better-teacher-blog.html slide 17: Sources
https://wordpress.com/ slide 18: To find out how to blog with 6 year olds have a look at this posting:
https://jocelynsutherland.com/2014/11/05/blogging-with-6-year-olds/ slide 19: Further inspiration
http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/11-advantages-of-using-a-blog-for-teaching slide 20: Question 4
How do we
connect with students slide 21: What is a great teacher. http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 10.
Connect with individual students.
Then the individual students will
connect with the topic to be learned. slide 23: For students to excel teachers must learn about them
and connect with each child.
This is not just about finding out how they learn but
it is finding out who they are. It is essential that
we get to know our students learn their passions
and help them find out how we can engage them in
their own learning.
http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/3603 slide 24: Steven Herder: “What is a teacher” International Teacher
Development Institute webinar December 17th 2011. slide 25: Students are likely to be most motivated
to buy the product - achieve success and
learn responsibility - when they feel
connected competent and in control.
http://www.good.is/post/should-teachers-view-their-students-as-customers/ slide 26: If we are not connecting with our students
in a meaningful and effective way we cannot
be surprised that they do not hear see or
understand what they need to.
http://campustechnology.com/articles/2008/11/microblogging-and-relevancy.aspx slide 27: Question 5
How do we give students
freedom to choose things
themselves slide 28: Help students to choose themselves
what they learn
when they learn
how fast they learn
where they learn.
http://www.personalizelearning.com/2013/01/culture-shift-when-learner-owns-learning.html slide 30: Personalized learning is self-initiated / self-driven.
Examples of what the student does
He / she identifies topics to learn.
He / she creates.
He / she publishes.
He / she connects with people to learn from / with.
He / she makes self assessment.
http://www.teachthought.com/learning/the-difference-between-differentiation-and-personalized-learning/ slide 31: Giving students choices - about their homework
assignments how theyre grouped and so on -
leads to higher levels of student
engagement and achievement.
http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/oct12/vol70/num02/Eight-Things-Skilled-Teachers-Think-Say-and-Do.aspx slide 32: Encourage students to write to anyone they want to
write to for example to friends / other students
parents grandparents and/or teachers.
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/intrinsic-motivation-growth-mindset-writing-amy-conley slide 33: Question 6
How do we
inspire students slide 34: Teachers will still be there to
motivate and inspire.
http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/2011/03/2020-teachers.html slide 35: Offer objective advice.
http://hbr.org/tipdate013012 slide 36: Provide an abundant supply of interesting
and useful materials and resources.
http://www.jpb.com/creative/Creativity_in_Education.pdf slide 37: Source
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/ slide 38: Question 7
How do we
work with students slide 39: Sharing information and connecting with
others - whether we know them personally or
not - has proven to be a powerful tool in
http://mindshift.kqed.org/2011/12/three-trends-that-define-the-future-of-teaching-and-learning-2/ slide 40: Sources
https://www.whatsapp.com/ slide 41: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/golden-rules-for-engaging-students-nicolas-pino-james
To make group work more productive the
teacher can for example foster individual
accountability by assigning different roles. slide 42: Question 8
How do we
challenge students slide 43: Often it is the task of the skilled educator to
deconstruct confront and challenge
so that unlearning and then relearning can
http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/learning-unlearning-and-relearning.html slide 44: The educator’s role is changing from
being a provider of information to a
facilitator or moderator.
http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/projects/effective-use-of-social-software-in-education-finalreport.pdf slide 45: http://www.teachthought.com/learning/the-four-stages-of-the-self-directed-learning-model/ slide 46: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Brainstorming-the-SCAMPER-method-1452356 slide 47: Question 9
How can we help students
give feedback to themselves slide 48: http://www.ted.com/talks/daphne_koller_what_we_re_learning_from_online_education.html minute 12. slide 49: 3 questions that drive feedback students give themselves:
1. Where do I want to go
2. Where am I now
3. What do I do now to get to where I want to go
http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2015/11/11/students-self-assess-their-way-to-learning.html slide 50: Communicate with individual students about
the difference between
1. the progress they make.
2. the goals they set.
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/literacynumeracy/inspire/research/StudentSelfAssessment.pdf slide 51: Question 10
How can we help students
give feedback to each other slide 52: Embed mechanisms for students to
provide feedback to one another.
http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/7-strategies-make-your-online-teaching-better slide 53: Peer tutoring helps students who act as tutors
to confirm and deepen their understanding of
a particular topic.
Peer tutoring also enables struggling students
to get help when the teacher is unavailable.
https://www.khanacademy.org/coach-res/for-teachers/what-is-a-ka-classroom/a/the-role-of-the-student slide 54: Grades cause an emotional reaction - either
positive or negative. Feedback causes you to
think and engage which is reflective learning.
Dylan William slide 55: Students also need to be given opportunities to
provide feedback to the teacher so that she can
adjust the learning process materials and
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-highly-effective-teaching-practices-rebecca-alber slide 56: http://www.slideshare.net/moravec/toward-society-30-a-new-paradigm-for-21st-century-education-presentation slide 57: All great teaching boils down to a 4-step cyclical process.
1. Understanding what students need to learn.
2. Sharing this information in a manner that students can take in.
3. Practice. Giving students the chance to engage in content and
master their new skills.
4. Giving feedback.
http://mckinseyonsociety.com/mckinsey-wiring-students-success/ slide 58: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/How-do-we-give-and-receive-feedback-1761017 slide 59: Question 11
How can we praise students
for their effort slide 60: Praising effort helps build resilience
and determination while praising talent
and ability results in risk-aversion and
heightened sensitivity to setbacks.
https://hbr.org/2012/01/the-right-mindset-for-success/ slide 61: Study shows that students who were given
daily feedback and worked with a tutor
who personalized every aspect of their
instruction performed better than 98 of
students taught in the traditional fashion.
http://mckinseyonsociety.com/mckinsey-wiring-students-success/ slide 62: Ways of praising / rewarding process
1. Praise / reward a person’s focus on a topic.
2. Praise / reward the effort a person makes to reach a certain
goal he/she has set.
3. Praise / reward a person’s improvement from period A to B.
4. Give the grade “not yet”.
5. Praise / reward a person’s perseverance. slide 63: 5 things you can say to praise effort
1. I like the way you tried different ways of finding solutions to that problem.
2. I admire how you concentrated as you did the work you did.
3. I was impressed about the time and energy you invested to better
understand this issue. Your improvement shows it.
4. I found you showed great passion as you worked on improving that skill.
How do you feel about how you worked
5. Everybody learns in a different way. Lets keep trying to find out which
learning strategy works well for you.
Page 176. slide 64: Question 12
How good are we at
trying new things out slide 65: http://educationaltech-med.blogspot.com/2011/01/21st-century-skills-teachers-should.html slide 66: In improvisation one has some idea - perhaps
a theme perhaps an outline of a musical idea
- and works with that making changes as
one goes along.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/12/14/1045226/-Some-thoughts-on-teaching slide 67: The purpose of the designer is to create
spaces for learning whether they are
in person on paper or online.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stephen-downes/the-role-of-the-educator_b_790937.html slide 68: Question 13
Hi teacher how good are you
at being yourself slide 69: What is a great teacher. http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 32.
Find out who you are. Be yourself. slide 70: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Questions-to-discover-your-values-1329394 slide 71: Question 14
How do we
continue to learn slide 72: http://educationaltech-med.blogspot.com/2011/01/21st-century-skills-teachers-should.html slide 73: Great teachers acknowledge
that teaching is a learning
experience – no matter how
experienced they are.
What is a great teacher.
http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 6.
Sir Michael Wilshaw slide 74: Educators have always been collectors from
the days when they would bring stacks of old
magazines into class to the modern era as they
share links resources new faces and new names.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stephen-downes/the-role-of-the-educator_b_790937.html slide 75: http://newsroom.opencolleges.edu.au/features/how-to-ignite-passion-in-your-students-8-ways-educators-can-foster-passion-based-learning/
Taking time for professional development
personal renewal and reflection is
important to creating passionate learners. slide 76: Great teachers acknowledge that teaching
is a learning experience – no matter
how experienced they are.
What is a great teacher. http://youtu.be/is31rrXubQ0 minute 6. slide 77: Further inspiration