Resource 1: Audit of student-centred teaching and learning
Table R1.1Audit for student-centred teaching and learning.
|Statement||Related key resource||
To what extent is this happening in my school?
(Never, occasionally, sometimes, always)
|Examples of where this is happening (teacher, class, description)|
|Teachers plan lessons that involve a variety of teaching and learning approaches.||Planning lessons’|
|Teachers use formative assessment in their classrooms||‘Assessing progress and performance’|
|Teachers monitor students’ work and provide individual oral and written feedback.||‘Monitoring and giving feedback’|
|Teachers use storytelling, role play and drama to interest students in learning.||‘Storytelling, songs, role play and drama’|
|Teachers use familiar local resources to support learning and relate the learning to everyday life.||‘Using local resources’|
|Teachers ask a variety of open questions that allow students to offer explanations and voice||‘Using questioning to promote thinking’|
|Teachers encourage students to talk together about their learning, as a whole class, in pairs, or in groups.||‘Talk for learning’|
|Teachers actively involve all students in the lessons.||‘Involving all’|