Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Planning for Teaching and Learning

Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Planning for Teaching and Learning

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  • 6 Sequences
  • Introductive Level

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Syllabus

  • Week 1 - Mindsets for Learning and Teaching
    This is our first week together and we are pleased you have decided to participate in this course focused on planning for teaching and learning. This week we will discuss developing a growth mindset and setting goals as a planning professional. We will also ex...
  • Week 2 - What Do We Know About Teaching and Learning
    In this week you will think about your planning from three perspectives: considering, reflecting, and understanding. You will use these three perspectives to better understand how you can use learning principles to incorporate different worldviews into your te...
  • Week 3 - Four Key Questions and Why They Matter
    In this week we introduce four key questions. The questions are diagnostic tools that can tell you how successful you are at giving your students clear expectations and providing them with good feedback. In this week’s lectures, readings and videos you will be...
  • Week 4 - Spirals of Inquiry for Planning and Teaching
    Week four follows the pattern we have set in the first three weeks. This week we explore how you can inform and deepen your planning for teaching and learning by engaging in a specific inquiry cycle. All of the lectures this week focus on the various phases or...
  • Week 5 - Teacher Professional Learning
    As teachers, we usually think about planning from the perspective of how we can better teach our students. This week we are going to focus on planning for the learning needs of the adults in our schools. One of the most important findings from the research on ...
  • Week 6 - Innovation and Change
    This is the final week of this course and we appreciate your perseverance! This week you are going to have the opportunity to think about designing more innovative learning environments for young people. You will see how teachers are planning intellectually an...

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

Dr Judy Halbert
Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership
Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada

Dr Linda Kaser
Co-director of the Centre for Innovative Educational Leadership
Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada

Professor John MacBeath
Professor Emeritus
University of Cambridge, UK

Editor

The Commonwealth Education Trust invests in primary and secondary education and the professional development of teachers throughout their careers. Through education it seeks to enhance the opportunities for children from all walks of life to contribute to the sustainable development of their communities.

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