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    Personalised Learning in Year 9 Literacy
    This project investigated new ideas to personalise learning in the year 9 Literacy classroom. The classroom environment was analysed and was physically restructured to be more conducive to a variety of different learning activities, including break-out spaces. Diagnostic testing and students’ personal self-assessment of their literacy levels combined to form the basis of each student’s ‘Personalised Literacy’ (PL) Folder. Students’ PL folder served as a learning plan outlining their goals for literacy. Teaching was differentiated by introducing the Guided Reading & Guided Writing teaching strategies adapted from the Early Years Literacy Program as a model. This incorporated flexible groupings of students and multiple learning environments working simultaneously. Students were offered literacy choices to personalize their literacy learning through focused activities which highlighted reading, writing, grammar or speaking & listening.
    Chris' Knowledge Bank Report
    {Tramm TPL 2008 Knowledg Bank.doc}

    Chris' TPL Powerpoint (too large to link as one file)
    Part 1 {TPL - Personalised Learning - GSSC 2008_part1.ppt}
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Wednesday, December 17

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    Negotiated Learning in Science
    This project investigated the effect of negotiated curriculum and project based learning on engagement and student outcomes. Over two semesters Jason implemented a project based learning Science elective titled Myth-busters that allowed students to investigate, research and negotiate projects based on their interests. Throughout this process students were engaged in their work and a number of teaching, planning and implementation resources were developed.
    Myth-busters{JasonBysouthKBreport.doc} Jason's Knowledge Bank report
    Myth-busters
    elective E5 planner with linked documents
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    6:38 pm

Tuesday, December 16

  1. page christramm edited ... Personalised Learning in Year 9 Literacy This project investigated new ideas to personalise l…
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    Personalised Learning in Year 9 Literacy
    This project investigated new ideas to personalise learning in the year 9 Literacy classroom. The classroom environment was analysed and was physically restructured to be more conducive to a variety of different learning activities, including break-out spaces. Diagnostic testing and students’ personal self-assessment of their literacy levels combined to form the basis of each student’s ‘Personalised Literacy’ (PL) Folder. Students’ PL folder served as a learning plan outlining their goals for literacy. Teaching was differentiated by introducing the Guided Reading & Guided Writing teaching strategies adapted from the Early Years Literacy Program as a model. This incorporated flexible groupings of students and multiple learning environments working simultaneously. Students were offered literacy choices to personalize their literacy learning through focused activities which highlighted reading, writing, grammar or speaking & listening.
    Chris' TPL Powerpoint (too large to link as one file)
    Part 1 {TPL - Personalised Learning - GSSC 2008_part1.ppt}
    Part 2 {TPL - Personalised Learning - GSSC 2008_part2.ppt}
    Part 3 {TPL - Personalised Learning - GSSC 2008_part3.ppt}
    Chris' Exemplar Resources
    {Framework Used for Introducing Personalised Literacy Learning.pdf}
    {Peer Assessment Speak It.pdf}
    {Peer Assessment Write It.pdf}
    {Student Interview Literacy Goal.pdf}
    {Student Self Assessment Speak It.pdf}
    {Student Self Assessment Write It.pdf}
    {Teacher Assessment Speak It.pdf}
    {Teacher Assessment Write It.pdf}

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    5:31 pm

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