Outstanding Lessons Pocketbook

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Description From a highly successful practitioner and trainer, how to teach stunning lessons that will motivate, engage and inspire students, give you a buzz, and 'knock the socks off your observer'!
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Discover what lesson inspectors/observers are looking for to make a judgement of 'outstanding'. Understand the key things to consider when planning and teaching lessons. Get to grips with the 'x' factor and learn about a range of classroom strategies.

Evidence underpinning this approach

Much of the content of the book relies on evidence accumulated informally from classroom practice and  pupil feedback. However, educational researchers such as John Hattie have highlighted the kinds of practice that make most impact on student progress and the book draws on this body of evidence.

How users/participants can evaluate success

The author provides a self-audit tool on pages 116 and 117 of the book and the final chapter is devoted to evaluating your success, including asking for feedback from lesson observations conducted both by internal and external observers, monitoring students' work and test scores for evidence of progress, seeking student feedback on lessons, etc.

Follow-up activities and support

Author Caroline Bentley-Davies is available for follow-up training connected to the Outstanding Lessons Pocketbook. She can be contacted via her website or by email, phone or Twitter:

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Discover what lesson inspectors/observers are looking for to make a judgement of 'outstanding'. Understand the key things to consider when planning and teaching lessons. Get to grips with the 'x' factor and learn about a range of classroom strategies.