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Can anyone give some advice for teaching some outstanding lessons?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by HappyPixie, Jan 18, 2011.

  1. If they are using Ofsted criteria:

    If using one of their own (perfectly possible):
    Just FYI - most of the 'outstanding' teachers I know probably wouldn't get outstanding on an observation when doing their normal day to day teaching - they are too busy actually teaching the children well, instead of jumping through hoops and ticking boxes. So if it's really for the children's sake - outstanding rated lessons are not the only way of making things excellent for them, despite what management and Ofsted would have us believe.
  2. Can anyone tell me how you or the observer can show that all children have learnt something in the lesson? What tips/techniques I could include to evidence this?

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