In this webinar, Yamina Bibi examines how to plan for and deliver an effective lesson to support student progress using evidence-informed strategies. Yamina will also explore how to use formative and summative data to inform your planning and ensure that all learners are represented and included so that all students can achieve success. This session will also consider what helps motivate learners within the classroom and how we can plan lessons that help students’ self-motivation. If you’re also looking for time saving methods to plan effective lessons, this is the session for you.
Yamina is an Assistant Headteacher in an East London school with a wealth of teaching and leadership experience. Yamina’s professional experience includes previously leading the TES English Team of the Year 2020, supporting ITT/ ECTs as a Professional Mentor and developing all staff as an experienced coach.
Yamina is an accredited Consultant for Resilient Leaders Element and a Network Leader for #WomenEd London. Yamina is passionate about sharing practice and speaks on a number of topics including Diversity and Inclusion, Women in Leadership, and Teaching English.
In July 2021, Yamina was nominated for and won the Rising Star Award in Education and Academia.
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- Classroom practice – planning and teaching well-structured lessons
- Teachers’ standards: These standards set the minimum requirements for teachers’ practice and conduct.
- Dr John Yandell – https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=JYAND53
- How can we develop learning strategies that facilitate knowledge recall and long-term memory as an enhancer to exam performance?
- A theoretical look at how to incorporate cognitive research into subject curriculum design
- Cognitive Load: Theory and its application in the classroom
- Lesson Planning and Teacher Resources
- Lesson planning
- The 5 minute Lesson Plan: Success Story
- Lesson Plan template
- The importance of formative assessment and responsive teaching in the post-covid era
- Building a responsive teaching culture by designing and using hinge questions
- Responsive teaching: the importance of student feedback to adjust your lesson
- Applying Rosenshine to primary practice
- Rosenshine’s seminal Principles of Instruction: a dead-end or a must-read for teachers in the early years?
- What is the best way to motivate students in your subject?
- Transforming learning through formative assessment
- Written lesson observation feedback in Initial Teacher Education
- Improving metacognition through explicit instruction of learning strategies
- What is retrieval practice and how can I use it in the classroom?
- Closing the Vocabulary Gap book review: a call-to-arms for teachers across all subjects
- The use of writing frames and planning tools to improve structure and increase depth in writing
- Using visualisers to give whole-class feedback
- Is it all just memorisation?
- Webinar watch back: ‘Working Memory and Executive Functions and SEND. Implications for Learning’ Dr Marialivia Bernardi
- Moving away from criteria: Using modelling when assessing pupils
- ‘Does it have to look like that?’: Students in mixed attainment english classrooms
- Using one-to-one devices for feedback and assessment
- Modelling Matters: Thinking about writing in Year 6 English lessons
- Teaching WalkThrus – https://www.walkthrus.co.uk/
- Webinar watch back: ‘Teach like a champion’ Doug Lemov
- Identifying Instructional Moves During Guided Learning
- Workload – Why we need to stop talking about wellbeing
- What does effective whole-class feedback in English look like?
- Facilitating a broad and balanced curriculum: Supporting students during distance learning
- Further reading & resources: Closing the Vocabulary Gap
- Further reading & resources: Rosenshine
- Further reading & resources: Formative assessment
- Further reading & resources: Retrieval Practice
- Further reading and resources: Modelling
- Further reading & resources: Metacognition
- Further reading & resources: Whole-class feedback
- Further reading & resources: Doug Lemov
- Further reading & resources: Guided learning
- Further reading & resources: Blended learning
- David Didau: Making the Implicit Explicit. Secret to Literacy