In this seminar presentation Prof Christine Rubie Davies discusses her ground breaking research on the impact of high expectation teaching and the practical steps teachers can take to become high expectation teachers.
Seminar on high expectation teaching
by Prof Christine Rubie Davies
What does the research say about the impact of streaming, setting and attainment grouping on students?
Digging into the research on the impact of streaming or grouping on student outcomes and equity in education.
Urgency, high expectations and rigour: Critical components of teaching and learning in New Zealand schools
Exploring the need for a sense of urgency, high teacher expectations and rigorous tasks in New Zealand classrooms
The power of intentionality, coherence and being ambitious and explicit around expectations in schools
Some lessons from a high functioning American Charter Management Organisation.
What are the constraints and enablers that operate within the New Zealand school and education system
Anja Hennig from Green Bay School talks about implementing the principles of high expectations teaching in her Year 6 classroom
Year 6 teacher Anja Hennig discusses how she employs the principles of Professor Christine Rubie Davies’ research into high expectation teaching in her classroom practice
Professor Christine Rubie Davies describes the key changes required to shift from low to high expectation teaching
Professor Christine Rubie Davies explains how teachers can make the shift from low to high expectation teaching
Professor Christine Rubie Davies describes the classroom climate created by teachers with high expectations
Professor Christine Rubie Davies explains how goal setting works in the context of high expectation teaching
Professor Christine Rubie Davies explains how to shift from ability to mixed ability grouping
Professor Christine Rubie Davies talks about how students are acutely aware of their teacher's expectations of them
Professor Christine Rubie Davies explains the impact of teacher expectations on student learning and achievement
What do you mean when you describe teachers as high or low expectation? By Prof Christine Rubie Davies
Professor Christine Rubie Davies discusses what she means when she talks about high and low expectation teaching
How to create a classroom culture that supports achievement through high expectations.
How to set high expectation goals for your students.
Approaches to grouping that avoid perpetuating low expectations through ability grouping