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Learning Walks

Learning Walks

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© Crown copyright 200700841-2007DWO-EN-07
1Primary National Strategy:Learning Walks: Tools and templates or gettingstarted This booklet gives you some tools and templates that you can use to help you plan andconduct your Learning Walks. The templates are designed to give you ideas and rameworks or planning your walk,collecting data during the walk and reecting on what your walk has taught yourwalkers about the school.When you are planning your walk you will need to agree protocols with the sta romthe school where you are walking and with the walkers. Part o this agreement will beabout the tools and orms that you use. You can use the rameworks in this guide as abasis or these discussions but your walk will be more successul i you adapt them tosuit your context, your schools and your sta. There are some questions your school will need to consider BEFORE you walk. We havelearnt that paying attention to these questions as part o the planning o the walk willhelp your Learning Walks to be a successul and useul learning experience or all thoseinvolved.What will you have to do to get leaders on board and active?
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Who will participate and why?
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In what Continuing Proessional Development (CPD) have teachers participated?
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What was its ocus and what were the specifc outcomes?How will you select the classrooms to visit?
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What are the timing and resource implications (beore, during and ater the walk)?
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How will teachers be notifed?
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How will teachers be involved?
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What will be the ocus or the enquiry?
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Learning Walks: Tools andtemplates for getting started
 
00841-2007DWO-EN-07© Crown copyright 2007
2Primary National Strategy:Learning Walks: Tools and templates or gettingstartedWhat is the role o pupils, and how can they eectively be involved?
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How and when will you eedback the data collected to the sta who have been
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visited?
Finding a ocus or your walk What is our pupil learning ocus?
Which aspect o this are we hoping to investigate with our Learning Walk? (yeargroup/subject/principle/behaviours)What CPD have our sta been part o that we would expect to help them with thepupil learning ocus?
 
© Crown copyright 200700841-2007DWO-EN-07
3Primary National Strategy:Learning Walks: Tools and templates or gettingstarted
What are the changes we would expect to see in classrooms as a result of the CPD?
What will our work around the pupil learning ocus actually look like?
What will we see?On displaysIn classroom organisationIn books and work In classroom management and behaviourWhat will we hear?When we talk to childrenWhen we talk to teachersWhen we observe a whole class

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