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Growing a culture of
great teaching
Shaun Allison - @shaun_allison
Andy Tharby - @atharby
Durrington High School, West Sus...
• Graded lessons.
• Differentiation by task.
• Measuring learning in a lesson.
• 3 part lessons.
• “All, most, some” learn...
Wisdom of
great
teachers
Wisdom of
great
teachers
Educational
research &
cognitive
science
Wisdom of
great
teachers
Educational
research &
cognitive
science
Great
Teaching
Challenge
Explanation
• New knowledge should be
tethered to existing knowledge;
• New learning should be
introduced in clear steps a...
Modelling
Model the creation of
products/procedures
Deconstruct expert/peer
examples and use
worked examples
Practice
1. Practice for fluency – so
that we achieve
automaticity
2. Purposeful practice – so
that we practice at the
out...
Questioning
1. To test understanding of a new
concept.
2. To deepen and develop
understanding.
3. To ensure that students ...
Feedback
“Tight but loose”
“Common Language”
“Meaningful for all”
“Supports purposeful practice”
“Not about best practice or evidence
based practice”
It’s about
• Effective practice.
• Evidence informed
practice.
“We need to stop doing so
many good things”
Dylan Wiliam
“This year we’re going to
focus on teaching &
learning”
A number of school leaders
Variety of teaching practices with a range of
effectiveness
Shared understanding about
what great teaching looks like
- 6 ...
INSET Days
• Explicit explanation for each of the 6 principles
Blog of the week
• Focus on what other teachers/leaders outside of
our school are thinking.
15 minute forum
• How are our teachers using the 6 principles in
their classroom?
EduBook Club
• How do educational books support our work
around the six principles?
Staff CPD Library
• How do educational books support our work
around the six principles?
Journal Club
• How does the research support our work around
the six principles?
Sutton Trust – What makes great teaching?
Quality of instruction. This includes effective questioning and the use of
asses...
Research bulletin
• How does the research support our work around
teaching and learning?
Informal conversations
• Drip feeding the principles
Lesson observations
• No judgement – formative – based on the 6
principles
New staff induction
• Alignment with the six principles
New staff induction
• Alignment with the six principles
Subject Planning & Development
Sessions
• What are we teaching in this subject over the next
fortnight and how do we teach...
Feedback
• What feedback is most effective in your subject?
Bright Spots
• How are teachers implementing the six principles
in their classrooms?
Using data usefully
• What does the data tell us? Is this backed up in
lessons? What can we do about it?
Teaching Talk
• Short videos that capture teachers talking about
their teaching
Teachers blogging
• Teachers reflecting on their practice and writing about
it.
Practitioner Research
• Bespoke masters programme that allows staff to
explore areas that they are interested in
Leadership Matters
• Provide the conditions for teachers to focus on their
core purpose – great teaching.
• Provide the co...
Is it working?
Staff retention
• Last 3 years…
• 32 NQTs….
• 30 are still with us.
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  1. 1. Growing a culture of great teaching Shaun Allison - @shaun_allison Andy Tharby - @atharby Durrington High School, West Sussex
  2. 2. • Graded lessons. • Differentiation by task. • Measuring learning in a lesson. • 3 part lessons. • “All, most, some” learning objectives. • Triple impact marking. • Music for learning. • Student centred learning. • Pace, pace, pace! • Progress arrows. • Talk-less teaching. • OFSTED checklists. • Word search starters and similar! • PLTS. • VAK. • Brain gym. • Group work. • Independent learning. • Green pen marking. • Flipped learning. • Discovery learning. • Cross curricular project based learning.
  3. 3. Wisdom of great teachers
  4. 4. Wisdom of great teachers Educational research & cognitive science
  5. 5. Wisdom of great teachers Educational research & cognitive science Great Teaching
  6. 6. Challenge
  7. 7. Explanation • New knowledge should be tethered to existing knowledge; • New learning should be introduced in clear steps and allow for limited capacity of the working memory; • Abstract ideas should be made simple and concrete in the listener’s mind.
  8. 8. Modelling Model the creation of products/procedures Deconstruct expert/peer examples and use worked examples
  9. 9. Practice 1. Practice for fluency – so that we achieve automaticity 2. Purposeful practice – so that we practice at the outer reaches of our ability
  10. 10. Questioning 1. To test understanding of a new concept. 2. To deepen and develop understanding. 3. To ensure that students take a share in the cognitive work of the classroom. 4. To help you form and sustain your classroom culture. 5. To create curiosity.
  11. 11. Feedback
  12. 12. “Tight but loose”
  13. 13. “Common Language”
  14. 14. “Meaningful for all”
  15. 15. “Supports purposeful practice”
  16. 16. “Not about best practice or evidence based practice” It’s about • Effective practice. • Evidence informed practice.
  17. 17. “We need to stop doing so many good things” Dylan Wiliam
  18. 18. “This year we’re going to focus on teaching & learning” A number of school leaders
  19. 19. Variety of teaching practices with a range of effectiveness Shared understanding about what great teaching looks like - 6 Principles ‘Tight but loose’ approach in the classroom
  20. 20. INSET Days • Explicit explanation for each of the 6 principles
  21. 21. Blog of the week • Focus on what other teachers/leaders outside of our school are thinking.
  22. 22. 15 minute forum • How are our teachers using the 6 principles in their classroom?
  23. 23. EduBook Club • How do educational books support our work around the six principles?
  24. 24. Staff CPD Library • How do educational books support our work around the six principles?
  25. 25. Journal Club • How does the research support our work around the six principles?
  26. 26. Sutton Trust – What makes great teaching? Quality of instruction. This includes effective questioning and the use of assessment by teachers. Specific practices, like reviewing previous learning, providing model responses for students, giving adequate time for practice to embed skills securely and progressively introducing new learning (scaffolding) are also found to improve attainment.
  27. 27. Research bulletin • How does the research support our work around teaching and learning?
  28. 28. Informal conversations • Drip feeding the principles
  29. 29. Lesson observations • No judgement – formative – based on the 6 principles
  30. 30. New staff induction • Alignment with the six principles
  31. 31. New staff induction • Alignment with the six principles
  32. 32. Subject Planning & Development Sessions • What are we teaching in this subject over the next fortnight and how do we teach it well?
  33. 33. Feedback • What feedback is most effective in your subject?
  34. 34. Bright Spots • How are teachers implementing the six principles in their classrooms?
  35. 35. Using data usefully • What does the data tell us? Is this backed up in lessons? What can we do about it?
  36. 36. Teaching Talk • Short videos that capture teachers talking about their teaching
  37. 37. Teachers blogging • Teachers reflecting on their practice and writing about it.
  38. 38. Practitioner Research • Bespoke masters programme that allows staff to explore areas that they are interested in
  39. 39. Leadership Matters • Provide the conditions for teachers to focus on their core purpose – great teaching. • Provide the conditions for middle leaders to focus on their core purpose – reducing variation and growing excellence within their teams.
  40. 40. Is it working? Staff retention • Last 3 years… • 32 NQTs…. • 30 are still with us.

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