TA SERIES

How to maximise students’ engagement without getting in the way of their learning

Not Getting In The Way Of Learning – Part A
IDENTIFIED NEED
  • All research in recent years indicates that the biggest problem with TAs can be that they get in the way of learning

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identifying when learning is happening
  • What is interrupting learning?
  • How to avoid interrupting learning

Not Getting In The Way Of Learning - Part B
IDENTIFIED NEED

  • All research in recent years indicates that the biggest problem with TAs can be that they get in the way of learning

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identifying when learning is happening
  • What is interrupting learning?
  • How to avoid interrupting learning

Prompting And Cueing – Part A
IDENTIFIED NEED
  • TAs best form of interaction in the classroom is subtle prompting although there are more skills and knowledge to this than meets the eye

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identifying when learning is happening
  • What is interrupting learning?
  • How to avoid interrupting learning

Prompting And Cueing - Part B
IDENTIFIED NEED
  • TAs best form of interaction in the classroom is subtle prompting although there are more skills and knowledge to this than meets the eye

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identifying when learning is happening
  • What is interrupting learning?
  • How to avoid interrupting learning

On The Spot Differentiation – Part A – Wendy Knott
IDENTIFIED NEED
  • Need to be adaptable to the requirements of the particular class and student

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Responding to students in the moment
  • Enabling students to access class learning

On The Spot Differentiation – Part B – Wendy Knott
IDENTIFIED NEED
  • Need to be adaptable to the requirements of the particular class and student

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Responding to students in the moment
  • Enabling students to access class learning