Share + Teaching in the UK 12 May 2017 Please remember to click submit at the end of the course in order to receive a certificate. Full Name, EXACTLY AS IT SHOULD BE PRINTED ON YOUR CERTIFICATE Email Phone Number Have you watched the full section of the video? You must watch this video clip in order to receive a certificate. Yes I have watched the FULL VIDEO CLIP, and I give consent to Prospero Teaching storing my data and contacting me for the purposes of: work finding activity, marketing materials, and information about free training.Questions for section 1 TRUE or FALSE: Primary school is from age 3 to 13 True FalseTRUE or FALSE: GCSE exams are taken at age 13 True FalseTRUE or FALSE: There is no one standard textbook in the UK at any Key Stage. True FalseTRUE or FALSE: Children who do not speak English as their first language are put into separate classes. True FalseTRUE or FALSE: Different grading systems are used depending on the key stage. True False Have you watched the full section of the video? You must watch this video clip in order to receive a certificate. Yes I have watched the FULL VIDEO CLIP.QUESTIONS FOR SECTION TWO Teachers are responsible for which of the following? (click all that apply): Student progress Lesson planning Behaviour management Marking SafeguardingWhich one of the following best describes the expectation of teachers’ marking in the UK? Teachers should tick correct answers after each lesson Teachers should mark tests and homework only, they do not need to mark the work students produce in class Teachers should mark classwork, homework and tests with comments, targets and questions for students to respond toWhat would be the most appropriate action when dealing with the following challenging behaviour? A student is chatting rather than working on what you have asked the class to do. Ignore the student and focus on those doing the right thing Talk to the student one-on-one and re-focus them on the work Send the student out of the room to reflect on their behaviour Address the student’s poor behaviour in front of the class and explain why it is unacceptableWhat would be the most appropriate action when dealing with the following challenging behaviour? A student is not following your instructions, even though you have already reminded them what they should be doing. Give the student a detention for poor behaviour Make a phone call home about the poor attitude of the student Send the student out of the room to reflect on their behaviour Make sure the rest of the class are on task, then speak to the student individually, giving a sanction if necessary Exclude the student from the activity, making them sit on their own What would be the most appropriate action when dealing with the following challenging behaviour? You have issued a student a detention for poor behaviour, and they start to argue with you about it. Send the student to the Head Teacher so that someone senior can deal with their behaviour Increase the time that the detention will last for Don’t enter into the argument and give the student time to calm down before talking to them one-on-one, giving further sanctions if necessary Stop the lesson to explain to the whole class why this behaviour is not toleratedWhich of these is the best strategy for positive behaviour management in the classroom? Giving frequent detentions to remind students that they must follow the rules Ignoring all students with poor behaviour and focusing on the students who are following your instructions Sending any students who do not follow instructions out of the classroom so that they do not disrupt others Delivering engaging lessons and addressing behaviour concerns individually rather than in front of the classWho has responsibility for safeguarding students in school? All teachers The Head Teacher All school staff The students themselvesWho should you tell if you have safeguarding concerns? Your manager The Safeguarding Officer The student’s parent All other staff Have you watched the full section of the video? You must watch this video clip in order to receive a certificate. Yes I have watched the FULL VIDEO CLIP.QUESTIONS FOR SECTION Three Which of these teaching strategies should you avoid in UK schools? (click any that apply) Quizzes and tests Practical activities Lecture style lessons Using worksheets or textbooksHow should teachers monitor progress? (tick all that apply) Assessment activities during lesson time Checking student progress in lesson with self-assessment Marking students’ work Regular tests at the end of units of work Keeping track of homeworkDo you feel like you would like to teach in the UK? YES! Maybe Not sure...Do you have any concerns about teaching in the UK? If so, tell us what they are so we can help you with these!What can we improve about this course?Which of the Prospero offices is most appropriate for you? Prospero Australia Prospero Canada Prospero EU Prospero New Zealand Other - Prospero International Prospero UK Need help? Click here to view our step-by-step guide or email firstname.lastname@example.org See our Key Terminology List before you have your interview!