Naveen Rizvi - The Pareto Principle of Lesson Planning
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Monday 11th March @ 4.30pm - Naveen Rizvi
The Pareto Principle of Lesson Planning
Does planning your lessons take forever?
Do you feel that your pupils aren’t making the right mathematical leaps in their understanding that you planned for them to make?
Do your pupils understand the concept being communicated on the third or fourth attempt, very rarely the first?
What If I could tell you that it is possible to plan your lessons so your pupils can learn the concept being taught on the first attempt, especially your weakest pupils!
In this session, I will talk about how the Pareto Principle can be applied to your planning. How is it possible to plan your lessons where 20% of what you have planned accounts for 80% of your results. We will look into how to plan a particular unit of work, break down the topic being taught into component skills, and plan worked examples and practice exercises to allow the highest percentage of your pupils to understand the concept being taught, on the first teaching attempt.
Let’s get rid of the common practice of re-teaching by learning about the Pareto Principle of Lesson planning!
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