#piolearner- developing skills AND attributes

T

Click the image above for presentation

You can read more about the T shaped learner here.

We wanted to begin the process of staff thinking more explicitly about the skills and attributes students would need in order to be successful.

We split all staff up into 20 groups with two facilitators in each group for a morning activity. Most of our facilitators had not done the role before. Each group had the task of creatively presenting 6 attributes that make an effective learner and how they would develop these attributes. They were given these suggestions for the presentation of their ideas. The Students’ Union will be deciding on the winning group.

Group 1- Poster

Group 2- VideoScribe Video

Mr T

Group 3- T Shaped Learner Song

song

Group 4- PowToon Video including staff artwork of Charlie the Sheep

Charlie

Group 5- Learner T

Learner T

Group 6- Photos and explanations

IMG_4496

Group 7- Go Animate Video
http://goanimate.com/videos/0HVIOUFbC0Vo?utm_source=linkshare&utm_medium=linkshare&utm_campaign=usercontent
Group 8- Prezi
https://prezi.com/6qrzqgwfeskn/learner-attributes/
Group 9- Prezi
https://prezi.com/0dmsfnc0l9r8/the-t-shaped-activate-learner/
Group 10- Group edited Google Slides
happy
Group 11- Group edited Google slides and Poetry video
distance
Group 12- Slidely Video and Wordle Poster
http://slide.ly/view/6755c7c64eb2d140706fc30a637e99db
Group 13- Piktochart
https://magic.piktochart.com/output/4074262-group-13-piolearner#
Group 14- Boardgames: T-opoly and Trivial Pursuit
PhotoPhoto
Group 15- PowToon Video
http://www.powtoon.com/show/dtTROniMY5X/the-t-shape-cosmic-student/#/
Group 16- Prezi
Group 17- Stop-motion Video
stop
Group 18- Poster, clothing and video
Group 19- Group Google edited slides
ready
And song:
Group 20- Group edited Google slides and videos
learner

Afternoon Activity

Business Support staff returned into teams for arranged activities with their managers.

Curriculum Teams

Each department considered how they might transform their curriculum, whilst we have more learners for less funding, to fit the following requirements:

You can explore general curriculum transformation ideas here

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11 March CPD afternoon #CurricCon15

Each department will be given an appointment to pitch their new curriculum to panels made up of SLT, students and employers. Their appointment will last 25 minutes. 10 minutes of this will be their presentation and there will be 15 minutes for questions from the panel. Their presentation must outline how their curriculum ideas include a consideration of FELTAG and how the curriculum enables learners to become T shaped and expand their progression opportunities as a result (all under the consideration of more learners for less funding).

It is recommended that their curriculum plans are shared with the panel by Wednesday 4th March so that they can make the most of their appointment time with the panel as they will have read the proposals. This is particularly recommended to those departments with large coverage.

Provisional Panel Schedule

3.00-3.25pm Room and Panel TBC 3.30-3.55pmRoom and Panel TBC 4.00-4.25pmRoom and Panel TBC 4.00-4.55pmRoom and Panel TBC
– Business and IT-Health & Social Care-Access to HE- HE and Teacher Training – A Levels and GCSEs- Hair, Hospitality, Beauty, T&T- ESOL,  English & Maths -Sport and Public Services-Engineering-Employability & Community and Foundation – Construction and Motor Vehicle-Music, Media and Performing Arts-LLDD

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