Episode 5 – Flipped Learning

Episode 5 – Flipped Learning

In this Episode, I talk about why you should flip your classroom and some of the best practices for how to do it. I discuss using Insert Learning or EdPuzzle as tools to help you identify student knowledge and differentiate your teaching and learning in the classroom, as well as provide advice on what to […]

Episode 4 – Effective Feedback

Episode 4 – Effective Feedback

In this episode, I examine how many teachers currently provide feedback and how this feedback can be improved. I discuss the importance of feedback being future focused and how to differentiate your feedback according to the stage of the learner. Effective Feedback by Daniel Jackson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. […]

Episode 3 – Exemplars

Episode 3 – Exemplars

In this episode, I discuss why we should be using and providing exemplars to our students and some of the best practices around how to use exemplars to improve student learning and help to create life-long learners. Exemplars by Daniel Jackson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Why Exemplars Exemplars show […]

Episode 2 – Diagnostic Assessment

Episode 2 – Diagnostic Assessment

In this episode, I discuss how I use diagnostic assessment to inform and differentiate my practice. I focus on the need to find out what your students already know so that you can design the learning path ahead to achieve the learning goals. Listen to the audio above or read the summary below. Diagnostic Assessments […]

Episode 1 – Learning Goals

Episode 1 – Learning Goals

In the first episode, I introduce myself and explore the importance of setting learning goals as an effective teaching strategy to enhance student learning and help to create life-long learners. I also provide simple methods to make the learning goals explicitly known by your students. Listen to the audio above or read through the summary […]