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Teaching for
effective learning
4.2 Connect to students’ lives and
aspirations
sally07 2
Acknowledge the personal significance of student
contexts,cultures and aspirations
 Do you have a monocultural,
monolingu...
Learner interest is generated through what comes
through the door and what is generated in classroom
 Value individual se...
Support students to know themselves, their passions
and their strengths
 Create activities which allow
them to dream.
 C...
Encourage new perspectives and discussion
 Challenge their avenues of
information.
 Listen to responses and direct
them ...
Allow students to investigate and share learning
interests
 Encourage group and class
presentations.
 Encourage safe pre...
Develop topics which demonstrate relevance to life
beyond the classroom
 Encourage students to connect
learning with real...
Connect learning to issues of personal, local, national
or international significance
 Allow them to use their learning
t...
Use contemporary technologies
 Encourage them to
experiment with technology
 Encourage them to explore
technology
 Enco...
Ensure a range of purposes and community audiences
 Get them to blog or use safe
social media.
 Get them to use their le...
Create ways of involving families
 Create assignments where they
need to discuss information with
their families.
 Creat...
Capitalise on unique strengths
 Get them to connect safely
globally and be rewarded for
their uniqueness.
 Allow them to...
Identify the extra skills they need
 Create assignments which
highlight learning gaps.
 Scaffold the harder things.
 Cr...
Explore literacies
 Look at how languages
explain/understand things
differently.
 Use visual literacy.
 Support literac...
@sally07 16
Government of South Australia 2013 Attribution
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4 .2 Connect learning to students' lives and aspirations

Part two of TeFL Domain 4 Teaching for effective learning. South Australian teaching framework.

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4 .2 Connect learning to students' lives and aspirations

  1. 1. Teaching for effective learning 4.2 Connect to students’ lives and aspirations
  2. 2. sally07 2
  3. 3. Acknowledge the personal significance of student contexts,cultures and aspirations  Do you have a monocultural, monolingual perspective?  How do other groups or cultures use this skill,knowledge strategy?  Are the practices culturally inclusive?  How might they use this knowledge in the future? sally07 3
  4. 4. Learner interest is generated through what comes through the door and what is generated in classroom  Value individual self- expression.  Offer activities where students choose their own way of completing them.  Offer different ways of learning content.  What lights them up? sally07 4
  5. 5. Support students to know themselves, their passions and their strengths  Create activities which allow them to dream.  Create activities where they explore for themselves.  Allow them to share their ideas with others.  Allow them to have input into their learning. sally07 5
  6. 6. Encourage new perspectives and discussion  Challenge their avenues of information.  Listen to responses and direct them onto new ground.  Pose guiding questions which encourage a complexity of thinking.  Allow them to discuss their ideas openly. sally07 6
  7. 7. Allow students to investigate and share learning interests  Encourage group and class presentations.  Encourage safe presentations to other audiences.  Encourage them to listen to everyone.  Allow them to understand that learning opportunities are everywhere and can be shared. sally07 7
  8. 8. Develop topics which demonstrate relevance to life beyond the classroom  Encourage students to connect learning with real issues.  Encourage students to connect learning with their aspirations.  Show them real life applications of what they are learning.  Allow them to see their learning as a continuum. sally07 8
  9. 9. Connect learning to issues of personal, local, national or international significance  Allow them to use their learning to create change.  Encourage them to use their learning in safe national/global situations  Encourage them to use their learning to contribute as citizens.  Allow them to use their learning in safe,new situations. sally07 9
  10. 10. Use contemporary technologies  Encourage them to experiment with technology  Encourage them to explore technology  Encourage them to look at technology in a complex way  Encourage them to compare the efficiency of devices for a particular task sally07 10
  11. 11. Ensure a range of purposes and community audiences  Get them to blog or use safe social media.  Get them to use their learning to produce materials for the benefit of all.  Look at presentation options.  Use a range of task presentations. sally07 11
  12. 12. Create ways of involving families  Create assignments where they need to discuss information with their families.  Create assignments they will talk about.  Ask them to speak with parents and family about different things.  Get them to compare cultural approaches to different aspects of their learning. sally07 12
  13. 13. Capitalise on unique strengths  Get them to connect safely globally and be rewarded for their uniqueness.  Allow them to draw or create artistic responses.  Value and discuss different approaches.  Get them to see if everyone does the same thing it can have its limits sally07 13
  14. 14. Identify the extra skills they need  Create assignments which highlight learning gaps.  Scaffold the harder things.  Create opportunities for them to see they need to learn.  Show examples of what they can achieve.  Let them contribute ideas and skills to challenges. sally07 14
  15. 15. Explore literacies  Look at how languages explain/understand things differently.  Use visual literacy.  Support literacy with captioning.  Challenge them to develop flexible ITC literacy.  Show them how meaning can change through medium of expression. sally07 15
  16. 16. @sally07 16 Government of South Australia 2013 Attribution

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