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Discussion in 'Primary' started by zannar, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. zannar

    zannar New commenter

    Good teaching, children's attitude to learning good, differentiation good, use of TA good, questioning in plenary checked understanding and misconceptions good.

    BUT
    I now need to refer to the LO more often (how many minutes in a lesson?) I need to refer to SC more often? I have to ask what they have learned before checking by questioning. etc etc etc etc.
    How many more hoops? The children just want to get on with their work and get feedback.
    So much time wasted!

     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    I work as a private tutor. First thing I ask when I see a child for their weekly session is what have you done in maths this week. I can assure you they rarely refer to their learning objectives!! And these children are generally your average children in the class. I occasionally get "adding up" or "something to do with graphs".
    I would hate to be a child in today's schools.
     

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