NQT on adopting Cooperative Learning; PSHE, peer support, social skills… and “why people are so upset about race?”

Ms Rebecca Lamb, an NQT in Year 6 at Stalham Academy, describing some of her experiences adopting CLIPs (Cooperative Learning Interaction Patterns) from the Skills & Mastery course, including collaborative reading, Write-Rounds and Think-Pair-Share to stage reading, writing and collaborative reflections…


Rebecca Lamb

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“The guided reading session … was one of the highlights of my teaching career so far… because actually getting them to look at the bigger picture … getting them to link history, getting them to look at why people are so upset about race, and they were able to do that collaboratively, it was fantastic.”


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