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children making outstanding/accelerated progress in lesson

Discussion in 'Primary' started by teacherman2, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. teacherman2

    teacherman2 New commenter

    Sorry probably an obvious question.
    I seem to have read loads on how to do this but seem to get more and more confused (probably because of how much different stuff I have looked at.)
    I don't suppose anyone could offer suggestions of how you manage/do this?
    It seems to be a crticism of me which comes out in observations and really want to sort it out.
    Kind regards and any help much, much appreciated.
  2. teacherman2

    teacherman2 New commenter

    Sorry. Just re-read and find it a bit wordy. Just wondered what you do to make
    sure all your children benefit from outstanding and accelerated progress.

    Thank you [​IMG]
  3. You can't.
    Children make progress through your teaching, but mostly through your assessment of their needs. There isn't a magic solution. It comes from finding out what they don't know, and teaching the bits that they can't do. It also comes with a supportive learning environment, allowing your lessons to evolve rather than be fixed, and many other factors.
    Teach...motivate...assess...fill in the gaps...assess...teach...motivate...fill in the gaps...

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