Review Framework03 Sep 2016
The REVIEW framework comprises a set of suggestions and associated guidance. It is designed to help mentors and colleagues give you feedback about your performance and teaching in a constructive and helpful way.
|R: Reassure and Re-integrate||Reassure without letting APT know your thoughts; even if they know you thought some teaching was effective they still have to work out what!||Thank you. There was some really effective work there…|
|E: Establish focus on Objectives||Personal goals may be relevant at the start of the programme; as teacher grows, focus must fall on pupil learning.||+ What did you want to achieve yourself? + What was your personal goal? + What did you want the group to learn?|
|V: Visit through Questions||Get APT to think about importance of lesson plan to success or otherwise of lesson Link questions to specific Q Standards, particularly those that were a focus of the lesson and part of the RPT’s targets OR depending on the RPT a much more open ended approach can be used and they can set the agenda. Note strength of answers - assessment||
|I: Input – your own Contribution||If the APT has run out of ideas (frustrated at questioning) move to more direct ‘leading’ (telling).||
|E: Emphasise and Summarise key points raised||Lots of useful points there – Let me try to summarise them for you…… (briefly pick out the key issues)|
|W: “What have you learnt?” / “What will you now do?”||Ask the APT the questions and try to nail precisely what they will do with what they have learnt to take them forward in the next lesson.|
Source: England RFU coaching, with additional material from University of Reading
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