This essential classroom guide provides explanations and question stems for each of the individual learning actions. As well as providing a good overview of the framework, you’ll also get plenty of inspiration for classroom ideas.
To save teachers time, we have put each ofthe individual icons on separate PowerPoint slides. Simply drag and drop whichones you want to use. This is also a good resource for introducing theframework to children.
This document outlines all of the different ways the framework can be embedded in school life. The more the learning actions are encountered in school, the more chance it has of being embedded into classroom life.
The thinking guide repository contains popular templates that can be used for scaffolding children’s thinking. The frameworks actions have been embedded into each of the organisers. All you need to do is decide how you want your class to think about the lesson content.
This document provides teachers with an overview of the learning skills framework. It outlines all of the essential academic skills what they look like in practice. The progression routes are described and can be used alongside the badging system.
This spreadsheet can be used to track individual progress of skill development. Each individual skill can be tracked in an easy-to-follow colour-coded matrix. Many schools incorporate the skills into their own assessment trackers.
This overview of the block building pedagogy will give your staff an overarching idea of the classroom learning concept and the ideas behind it. You can use it in staff meetings or induction events.
This searchable database contains all of the support materials associated with the block building learning strategy. You’ll get plenty of inspiration and ideas for using Writer’s Block in your classroom.