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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2012
Learning from Good Lessons
This film looks at three primary school lessons. All three have been graded Good or Outstanding based on OFSTED criteria. We show extracts from each of the three lessons explaining the method used, why it is effective or where the use of a method would have further improved the learning.
None of the teachers have been trained specifically in these methods. They illustrate the fact that, when we look at highly effective teachers, they are using methods for which there is good evidence -- even when they themselves do not realise they are doing so. This film is part of the Evidence-Based Teacher's Toolkit: a growing set of resources where we take the evidence about what works best in teaching and learning and try to make it accessible to teachers and learners.
This resource is ideal for individual, small group, or whole staff training. It includes a DVD with video clips and a CD containing lesson plans and an overview of the top ten teaching methods as well as links to further resources.