The Analysis of a Sequence of Teaching and Learning focuses on the cycle of planning and teaching, assessing and reflecting that a teacher undertakes on a regular basis.
The Analysis of a Sequence of Teaching and Learning requires provisionally registered teachers to:
Effective teaching programs take into account the broader student, school and community factors that influence teaching and learning and how they can be used to make student learning more meaningful.
Describe those contextual factors that will directly influence your teaching context. Consider:
Planning is an essential component of effective teaching and is the basis for finding and implementing solutions to issues such as student engagement and assessment and reporting.
The plan should include a response to a number of key questions:
Use the following questions as a guide to comment on the teaching and learning plan you are using.
Analysing samples of student work provides an opportunity to evaluate your teaching program and student learning. It will provide you with some insight into the effectiveness of your
teaching program and the complexity and depth of the student learning which has occurred.
Select samples of work from two students for two of the teaching and learning activities from your teaching and learning plan.
Samples could range from a picture or single sentence produced by a Prep student to a multiple page essay from a student in Year 12. Where the samples are products, models or performances,
you may wish to photograph or videotape them, or provide assessment records from the activity and annotate the photographs or assessment sheets.
Include student work samples from two activities for each of your students. Comment on what their work shows about their learning.
Reflection on teaching and learning is an essential element of improving the quality of teaching and student learning. It provides a means for teachers to evaluate the effectiveness of their
teaching to improve student learning outcomes.
You might like to consider the following questions in your reflection.