Tutor resource area – Further Resources

This section has been re-designed to follow the ‘set of outcomes’ steps in our Theory of Change plan (which you can find under ‘Essentials’ section on the Essential Documents page! The same links are still here, however they may have moved to a new category, and there are now also added links to aid your teaching!

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1. Students increase their confidence

2. Students are better able to set goals and evaluate their progress

3. Students develop self-awareness and a growth mindset

4. Students improve their subject knowledge and understanding

5. Students develop good revision techniques

6. Students improve their exam techniques

7. Students are inspired about different options

8. Students understand the progression routes available

9. Students develop good application and interview techniques

10. Pedagogy

 

1. Students increase their confidence

Article: Teaching Strategies to Build Student Confidence

Article: 28 Ways to Build Persistent & Confident Students

Article: Building Student Confidence with Whole Class Games

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2. Students are better able to set goals and evaluate their progress

Resource: Goal Planning Sheet

Article: Strategies to enhance student self-assessment

Academic Article: Student Self-Assessment: The Key to Stronger Student Motivation and Higher Achievement. By James H. McMillan and Jessica Hearn.

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3. Students develop self-awareness and a growth mindset

Article: 5 Strategies to Demystify the Learning Process for Struggling Students

Article: 10 ways teachers can instill a growth mindset in students

Article: 25 ways to develop a growth mindset

Article: Dr. Dweck’s discovery of fixed and growth mindsets have shaped our understanding of learning

Resource: Improving a child’s self-awareness skills – Tips and Strategies

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4. Students improve their subject knowledge and understanding

Article: 20 Psychological Principles That Will Help Your Students Learn More Effectively

Chapter: Help Students Improve their Study Skills. By Jane Dupree

Chapter: Learning with Understanding: Seven Principles

Resource: Create a free account with TeachPitch to get access to a wide range of resources! Including: Lesson plans, games and activities, subject specific material, and more!

Resource: Explore GetRevising’s website for further resources on study planners, quizzes, flashcards, past paper tools, and much more!

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5. Students develop good revision techniques

Resource: Positive Study Habits Questionnaire

Resource: Study Skills Audit

Resource: Create a Revision Resource

Resource: Create a Revision Planner

Article: How to not make a mockery of your mocks

Article: An introduction to Meta-cognition

Article: Using Meta-Cognition to promote learning

Article/Resource: Meta-cognition in your school. Also, check out their website for further useful resources!

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6. Students improve their exam techniques

Article/Video: How to write the ultimate essay

Resource: How to decode essay questions

Resource: How to understand exam questions: Command Words

Resource: How to write better paragraphs

Resource: How to plan essays

Mark Schemes: AQA, CCEA, Pearson, OCR, WJEC

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7. Students are inspired about different options

Article: How to choose your A Levels

Article: What role should teachers play in career guidance?

Resource: UCAS resources and lesson plans on post-school options

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8. Students understand the progression routes available

Article: How to teach … careers advice

Resource: TES Resources – Secondary Student Careers Advice

Resource: iCloud Free Teaching Resources: Careers Resources

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9. Students develop good application and interview techniques

Resource: Lesson plan for teaching students about job applications

Article: 9 Awesome Classroom Activities That Teach Job Readiness Skills

Resource: Barclays Interview skills lesson plan

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10. Pedagogy

Resource: Bloom’s Taxonomy

Resource: Supporting Bright Students training slides – Potential Trust

Resource: ‘Get Revising’ Resource Bank

Resource: ‘Try This Teaching’ Resource Bank

Article: Teachers’ Pedagogical Knowledge and the Teaching Profession: Background Report and Project Objectives

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