HOME ROOMS EXPLORING THE STRUCTURE (The positives (Develops learner…
HOME ROOMS EXPLORING THE STRUCTURE
How do we create learner and staff buy in
How do you consistently meet the individual needs of all learners?
Who reports to parents on learner progress? How is this organised?
How can learner progress be monitored effectively?
How big is too big a group. 48 seems ok. 72 might still be ok. 96 seems too big.
What does good practise look like?
What could it look like
It could look like an individualised program for a learner
Years go out. Or groups go out. Not home rooms
What dictates the timetable?
Develops learner profiles and attitueds.
Independence it creates will help them in the future (ATLs)
Can form connections with other learners
Learners can find a connection with another teachers
Relationships can be broader.
Clashes of personalities (teachers)
If we combine together how will we market to parents
Slipping through the gaps
QUESTIONS TO ASK
What are the barriers
What are the barriers to achieving success in this space?
Needs to be about behaviours not people
Barriers in the space
How could the space be maximised for student learning?
How does this space support you and your learning?
What changes would improve this more?