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PGCE EVIDENCE FOLDERS #1 | HOW to evidence the TEACHING STANDARDS | SCITT | PGDE | Trainee teachers

Jun 08, 2021
hello everyone and welcome back to my channel if you are new here then hello my name is miss paris and i am a newly qualified primary school teacher here in the uk today i wanted to talk to you about evidencing

teaching

standards

so that

teaching

standards

They are a set of guidelines produced by the UK government that

trainee

teachers

and qualified

teachers

must adhere to in order to have effective and appropriate practice. These consist of eight main standards and each one has a few substances below it. There's also a second part that you also have to provide

evidence

during your training year, so that's what I wanted to talk to you about today.
pgce evidence folders 1 how to evidence the teaching standards scitt pgde trainee teachers
I know it can seem like such a daunting thing, especially when it's not talked about right away and you're there. teaching or watching lessons you think is ok should i save this? Should I save it or is it useful? Could you use it especially during lockdown when a lot of people might have been doing some extra CP d or maybe some extra courses or taking extra notes, can you use this or doesn't it make sense? of

evidence

that you can use for the standards of those teachers, so stay tuned to the end. I won't do all of the teaching standards in this video, however, I will do it maybe as a part two or maybe a part three.
pgce evidence folders 1 how to evidence the teaching standards scitt pgde trainee teachers

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We'll see how long this video lasts. um, so you can have examples of evidence for each teaching standard, now the first piece of advice I would give about evidence for teaching standards is to look for standards or subtypes that are very similar, for example, teaching standard one is about set high expectations for your students however teaching standard seven is about behavior expectations and behavior management so you can see how the two could be linked when i was demonstrating my teaching standards i often had evidence that suited to both. each standard one and seven so you can use the same evidence for both so if you were to put that sticky note on the teaching standard one evidence you could say that this also supported teaching the standard seven subtype because it helped provide rules clear rules and routines in the classroom which consequently resulted in mutual respect and mutual understanding of expectations and led to better behavior in the classroom, thus the teaching standard itself was mentioned 1a.
pgce evidence folders 1 how to evidence the teaching standards scitt pgde trainee teachers
The teaching standard 7a. I really like that you mentioned a kind of cross-examination of teaching standards. This could be related to the individual needs of the children. You could say it's okay for this kid. I have given you a visual timeline so that you can feel confident in your learning. knowing what to expect next so that their behavior is good but also their individual needs are met and that is teaching standard five because it focuses on possible barriers to their learning that you can overcome and you can see how I am babbling but if I were typing this would actually all link very very well especially if you explain it explain the link and explain the impact and it can be really powerful not only for the person reading it but for them to reflect on my second piece of advice is to keep any resource any notes you make in the margin or as a result of a meeting or a course something like that because depending on what the content of that course is it's probably going to meet the teaching standards so let's say for example you're doing a uni course open about dyslexia that's what i did that's why it came to my mind but i learn more about dyslexia and how it can help them overcome the possi ble barriers to learning. or how can you help challenge them um all of this would be teaching standard five so you can later on a sticky note etcetera or however you want to do it and then say following this course i did to help a dyslexic learner again ich is teaching standard five yes it is about a specific topic, for example you don't feel confident with beginning math or maybe there is a certain topic in algebra you don't feel confident about in key stage three math, then if you did an additional course in this or did you do any review then you can keep them and say i was working towards standard three from your teacher which is about your subject knowledge so every single thing you do shows that you are doing everything you can to improve as a teacher to improve your knowledge of the subject and always keep those notes whatever they are, all those certificates even because they can also work and analyze them because that is something that he was doing for himself but he's actually killed two birds with one stone because you can use that in your evidence my third piece of advice would be about evidence that says certain lessons in a sort of succession or chronological order and the reason why I say this It's because you can often see the p progress much more easily when you've shown several lessons in a row the work they've produced, and sometimes you may not be the one teaching, as long as you may have planned for that lesson and even if it is the master who delivered it.
pgce evidence folders 1 how to evidence the teaching standards scitt pgde trainee teachers
I could still say it's okay based on lesson two. I created this lesson plan for lesson three because I found that they needed to build on this background knowledge or some kids weren't sure about this aspect yet, so I've gone over it in this activity, so you're already doing sort of lesson one, two, three, even up to five, you can not only see the progress, you can explain how that progress came about, did you differentiate better, was it based on your prior knowledge, did you make an assessment than the whole? from ts6 it's about the evaluation did you do an evaluation and realized that they didn't really understand this?
Now I need to change the next lesson and focus more on the things they weren't sure about. g to do anyway all these things count lesson planning is ts4 did you create a really fun and engaging lesson that used concrete resources or were you really proud of some worksheets you made or did you find a video that really helped support your learning if you can? explain all of that and justify how you supported them and really helped your student progress always link student progress btw always um so thats perfect for ts4 you have done it if maybe you did some research on the subject before planning those ts3 lessons You get it, I mean it seems like such an overwhelming subject, especially when you feel it, I have them here, you know you look at them all over the page and you're like, oh, that's a huge workload. but really, if you're smart about it and really think about the links between all the teaching standards, okay, actually I was going to go as far as to say it's kind of funny.
No, I wouldn't say it's fun unless you like it. breaking things down but I definitely not as big of a task as it seems so I'm aware that I've already been talking for nine minutes so what I'm going to do is I'm going to dissect teaching standards one, two and maybe three depending Of how. This video is long and I'm going to give you some examples of things you can do obviously as I said in tip number one I think you could probably tie some of these tests to later teaching standards so if you already know you have a test which you know based on what i've said or what you've seen or heard then try and see if you can link it somewhere else because that would already be setting certain standards without doing anything the extra work is really ok so let's start teaching standard one it's about setting high expectations that can inspire and motivate students and it talks about creating a safe and secure environment and challenging all students things like that so my advice is to have a look at things as real Help create an environment so do you have a set of classroom rules or a visual schedule, something like that so the kids can go in and think through, is this the plan for today?
I'm sure and knowing that after the break we're going to have this, there's not going to be any surprises that really help me, so it could be something that you could put evidence of, it also talks about demonstrating the positive attitudes and behaviors that are expected of the students so if you maybe work together to create some class rules then maybe everyone can sign that or you can print it out and put it in evidence if you have an active conversation and maybe write some notes as a result of that saying how Can I help you learn in the best way?
What can I do as a teacher to support her learning and make sure she is in an environment where she can make enough progress? There is nothing wrong with asking children this because they may have some ideas that you did. not necessarily thought about and then you can write notes of this and this can also count teaching standard two is probably one of the most important and this could probably be linked to a lot of other teaching standards because it's about promoting good people progress and build from from your background knowledge, it's about letting kids be responsible for their own learning as well, and so you can see how, for example, if you make a difference or lesson plan for some kids who might need that extra support, so you can say here in my lesson plan i mentioned how i will diff because i know x maybe missed this last lesson so they don't have this prior knowledge so i'm building on that however i know some people found the last lesson very easy, so I'll give you an extra challenge or have you do some kind of mastery task so that you recognize your appreciation. previous indexing and also build on this related to teaching standard two is having a knowledge and understanding of how students learn, so if for example we go back to the dyslexia analogy, if you've studied a little about dyslexia and then saw that they learn better when, for example, they have colored lines. it's easier for them to read and you put this in place for a dyslexic student then you could say you're helping that child create good progress and then obviously tie that to ts5 as well because you're diffing so there should be said probably make notes during this video ts2e and says to encourage students to take a responsible and conscientious attitude towards their own work and study when you have older children i mean high school or some kind of higher key stage two you might have marking stations set up so that when they have finished a paper they can go and take a look at the answers for themselves, so you not only hold them accountable for their correction, but also if they make mistakes and you can ask them to correct him with a different color pen or whatever his grading policy is and that way he can see that the child takes responsibility for his own learning heh.
Okay, ts3 is all about demonstrating good subject knowledge and I've talked a bit. about this already, but you have three specific bullet points at the end that are specifically for English phonics and early mathematics if this doesn't apply to you, let's say for example you're in a stage 2 upper key placement and you don't phonetic interventions or anything like that. You will not be able to meet this subtype. Meeting this substandard unless you do some sort of phonics cpd or additional research on the side or maybe if you do it as a focus on an assignment that might be possible, but if there are some lower standards you can't meet or can't find evidence of which is normally ok check back with your provider but normally as long as you try to make up next time or make sure you show evidence of that in your future packages then that should normally be ok but don't take my word for it just double check beforehand, normally you should use the tips I've given before you can fit something for everything, but going back to specific standards if you've got that English and have worked on building sentences and adding adjectives or adding or adding vs. diverbials whatever you're working on if you see a kid who's kind of started with a pretty basic sentence and, with their help , they've built on it, added adjectives or details or found nicer synonyms, added conjunctions or all these different things and came up with a very, very nice paragraph or sentence and you can see that progression just take a picture of that kid's book if there is a mark from you on it or you have written a good comment or you can see their progress from one lesson to another again like i mentioned wit h that succession of lessons oh my gosh that is so cool because you can show the progress they have made , so you can't just link that to um ts6, which is kind of verbal feedback, you can link that to ts2, which is building on prior knowledge making them feel responsible for their learning, you can link that to their knowledge of teaching and all those spag terms you've been encouraging them to use take a picture of that bingo but really it's about taking a deep dive into teaching standardsand see how they link together, it's just a matter of analyzing, finding those links and showing how well you're teaching and helping students progress so I'll continue filming but I'll end this video here and I'll see you in the second part where talked. about the other teaching standards, I hope you'll go and check that out, but for now, good luck with that evidence folder and I'll see you soon.
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