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How should the pupils be paired up? Left to their own devices they will probably choose to work with their friends, but this may not be the best choice. It is important that the teacher knows the pupils well, so that the best pairings are chosen for a particular task. Whatever system of pairing is used, the teacher will have to be vigilant in order to ensure that real progress is made by everyone. If pupils are paired such that one is more able than the other, there is an expectation that the more able should help the less able.

3 shows another modern layout. 2? 3 Learning styles classroom (see Prashnig, 2006) COMPUTER ROOM LAYOUT There are a number of possible layouts for the computers in the ICT room. Common ones include the following: • • • around the edge of the room, against the walls; across the room in rows; islands. 4 Computer room layouts What are the strengths and weakness of the three common layouts above? 4 shows what is probably the most common layout encountered in our schools. It has the advantage that the teacher can see exactly what every pupil is doing as they can see all the screens from anywhere in the room.

23 NEIL STANLEY AND PHIL DUGGAN What is assessment? Assessment of learning is a summative assessment to ascertain the level a child has reached which could be termly, annually or at the end of a key stage. Assessment for learning is the ongoing day-to-day formative assessment that takes place to gather information on what a child or group of children understand or do not understand and how future teaching will be adapted to account for this. Effective ongoing day-to-day assessments would include effective questioning; observations of children during teaching and while they are working; holding discussions with children; analysing work and reporting to children; conducting tests and giving quick feedback and engaging children in the assessment process.

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