work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Middleton Primary School, HIDDEN CURRICULUM BALANCE The 'hidden curriculum' that Wadham, Pudsey and Boyd (2007, p76) define as 'social learning', which influences a persons understanding of how society fits together and the expectations of the individuals within it. ZONE OF BETWEEN, LEARNING ENVIRONMENT available ICT, PLANNING planned but flexible Timing, STRATEGIES intentional implementation PLANNING, TRIBES: whole school focus agreements Appreciation/No put down, CURRICULUM potential approach Learner Centred, STAGE OF LIFE Parents important but role is changing, GRADE 5/6 MIDDLETON PRIMARY SCHOOL WHERE ? LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, Family Breakdown response Developing a positive learning environment and a consistency model can quell and even quash disruptive behaviour of disaffected students. ο Lack of boundaries in a students wider context can impact their behaviour ο Consistency and boundaries are key in responding to the behaviours exhibited. ο Premature upward referral can exacerbate the problem. (Vizard 2009, p108)., STRATEGIES approach Social Justice pedagogy, PLANNING intentional ICT, DISAFFECTED STUDENTS how? Family Breakdown, SELF ASSESSMENT Approach Simpson (2001, p.38) reports that 'students motivation and attainment have risen as pupils have begun to take on a meaningful and responsible role in monitoring their own learning …'., FORMATIVE Approach Assessment should be seen as something that serves the learning process (Simpson 2001, p.33). Additionally, it should be implemented day-to day to inform instruction within a diverse setting (Allen 2009, p.94). Black & William's suggest (cited in Hall & Burke 2004, p. 52) that formative assessment should ultimately be for the learners use., Learner Centred RICHNESS Opportunities to experience meaningful education (Cullen et al, 2012)., DIVERSITY INCLUSIVE STRATEGIES, Social Justice pedagogy INCLUSIVE STRATEGIES, STRATEGIES Influenced by inclusive model ASSESSMENT, 56 STUDENTS 2 classes 56A - 18 boys, 9 girls 56B - 20 boys, 8 girls 3 ability streamed units for maths and writing., Learner Centred Impacts LEARNING ENVIRONMENT