Designing quality lessons
Course code: RG00317
From behaviour management to the learning strategies we use, what goes on inside our classroom goes a long way to improving student outcomes. However, researchers have found that high gain teachers shift much of the work of teaching outside the classroom. That is, before they teach, they plan. This course seeks to improve your impact on student progress by taking you through the practical steps needed to create a quality lesson.
|NESA Registered Professional Development hours||18 hours|
|Standard descriptors||2.2.2, 3.1.2, 3.2.2, 4.1.2, 5.1.2, 5.2.2, 5.4.2, 6.2.2, 6.3.2|
Once you have completed the course, your NESA Registered Professional Development hours will be automatically transferred to your NESA record.
You will learn to:
- use the NSW Quality Teaching model to guide the design of lessons and assessments
- use different lesson structures to achieve different educational purposes
- make learning explicit using learning intentions, success criteria and rubrics
- space practice within lessons by chunking the central idea
- use questioning, multi-student response systems and peer assessment to inform you of what your students need to learn next
- provide quality feedback to move student learning forward.
The following teaching practices are addressed in this course:
- using effective teaching strategies
- assessing learning and giving feedback
- planning, structuring and sequencing lessons
- evaluate teaching and learning
Supervisors can access the supervisor support notes for this course.
Supervisors can access supervisor support notes for this course.