Mbuyu Ilunga Wa Mulobe Guy
|1||Teaching Log (100 hours)|
|3||Schemes of work (Minimum 100 hours)|
|4||Lesson plans (Minimum 100 hours)|
|5||Lesson observations – Teacher feedback (x8)|
|6||Lesson observations – Self evaluations (x8)|
|7||Initial assessments/ diagnostic testing|
|8||Individual Learning Plans/one on one reviews|
|10||Communication with colleagues – email, minutes, etc.|
TEACHING EVIDENCE LOG
Demonstrate 100 hours of teaching documents
Teacher’s signature _____________________________Date_______________
Supervisor’s signature __________________________Date________________
(In this portfolio, provide 2 examples of a syllabus/specification you teach from)
The reference from which the lesson/subject will be taken from; it can include unit information, modules and also assessment methods about the course. Provide the guided learning hours (GLH).
SCHEMES OF WORK: Demonstrate 100 hours of teaching documents
They’re used to put your teaching into weeks/months in order to see how your teaching qualification is going to be delivered. It is used to keep track of the assessment methods and records.
IMPORTANT: You need to include that you have worked 100 hours of own teaching practice and planning (use at least two for two different courses: ICT and Language course)
Aim of session or course:
|Date||Session title and learning outcome||Required resources and activities||Assessment||Remarks/notes|
Demonstrate 100 hours of teaching practice
Each lesson plan should be 1 to 2 pages maximum. Document how long you have been teaching in the class. This table is not a limit, it can be expanded…
|Timing||Teaching activities||Learner activities||Resources||inclusions||Assessment Methods||Functional|
LESSON OBSERVATIONS – TEACHER FEEDBACK (X 8)
– a qualified teacher needs to be observing you, anyone with level 5 teaching qualification manager or any colleague with the PGCE qualification…Use Ofsted grading criteria
(1=outstanding lesson, 2=good, 3 requires improvement, 4=unsatisfactory)
|Observer feedback and comments||Criteria met|
|Planning and preparing the session|
|Teaching and learning plan (session plan) prepared with an appropriate aim, objectives and timings?|
LESSON OBSERVATIONS – SELF EVALUATIONS (X 8)
– DO NOT FORGET TO SIGN AND DATE ALL YOUR EVALUATIONS
Observation date: Time: Location:
|Area for development:|
INITIAL AND DIAGNOSIS ASSESSMENTS
–provide 5 different examples of initial or diagnostic testing. They can be formal such as application or interviews… or informal such as ice breaker, starter activities, hands out or quiz. Note that diagnostic tests are skills based tests
INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PLANS (ILP)/ ONE ON ONE REVIEWS
How your learners did progressed or are progressing in the course and how are you setting the targets.
PROVIDE 5 COMPLETED ILP- no need to include the learners’ names if you don’t want to.
|Date||Discussion notes||Targets||To be achieved by|
There are many varieties of resources that could be used in your teachings or your lessons. It could be power point or evidence of electronic resources such as Kahoot! Or Socrative. It can be any website or YouTube videos.
Note that it is very important to describe how you used them or how you integrated them into your lesson. Two to three sentences are enough. However, provide 5 different examples of resources.
COMMUNICATION WITH COLLEAGUES – EMAIL, MINUTES
Minutes of Meetings
You’re looking into the minutes of meetings, agendas, plans, schedules.
Could be related to a trip organization and tell or set how you organized and communicated with your colleague(s) the housing, insurance, transports, etc.
Provide 5 different examples of communication
What are they saying about you, your course. Looking into know if you can take onboard your learners’ comments as well.
You can use apps such as survey monkey to create your own feedback form, and then submit them as evidence.
PROVIDE 5 EXAMPLES OD LEARNERS FEEDBACK
|Please rate the following||1(least Agree)||2||3||4||5(Most Agree)|
|1. The aim and objectives of the course were clear|
|2. The aim and objectives we fully met|
|3. The course was interesting, varied and taught at a suitable pace|
|4. The course was well presented|
|5. The teacher was knowledgeable and approachable|
|6. The classroom learning environment was suitable|
|7. You have gained valuable knowledge and feel more confident in the learning environment|
|Any further comments or recommendations?|