In response to demand for my workshops and masterclasses on Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction, I’ve recorded a screen capture of me talking through the slides I use for my one-day events.
I have posted the links on youtube in a playlist that can be found here:
There is 2 1/2 hours of material there so take your time to browse.
If you would like to book me for in-school CPD please do – just follow the teacherhead-consulting tab at the top of this website.
If you want bulk copies of the Rosenshine booklet email email@example.com to discuss a discount offer. Or order your own copy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosenshines-Principles-Action-Tom-Sherrington/dp/1912906201
Update: Video Booklets.Claire Grimes, has made a set of superb booklets to go with each of these videos. They walk through each of the youtube videos linked above with a series of thoughtful reflection activities and prompts. Claire has made the full set of editable booklets available here.
Here are the pdfs:
- Session 1 PDF- Rosenshine- Intro and Research-
- Session 2 PDF- Rosenshine- Sequencing and Modelling –
- Session 3- Rosenshine- Questioning–
- Session 4- Rosenshine- Daily Weekly Monthly Review–
- Session 5- Rosenshine- Stages of Practice
Huge thanks to Claire for making these and sharing them so generously; twitter demand was huge when she put them out for people to use in their schools.
You might also like to check back in with the Rosenshine blogs I’ve written and other related posts connected to the videos:
- Exploring Barak Rosenshine’s seminal Principles of Instruction: Why it is THE must-read for all teachers.
- Re-reading Nuthall’s Hidden Lives of Learners. Insights from a classic.
- A model for the learning process. And why it helps to have one.
- Introducing MARGE: A superb ebook about learning by Arthur Shimamura.
- Rosenshine’s Principles: 10 FAQs.
- Are Rosenshine’s Principles “just common sense”? #rED19
- Revisiting Dylan Wiliam’s Five Brilliant Formative Assessment Strategies.
Here is the session I did for ResearchEdHome with a focus on curriculum.