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Teaching One Pagers - Issue #9

As CPD coodinator at my school, I wanted a simple way for busy teachers to engage with evidence based practice and share ideas about good teaching. One-pagers are practical, bite-sized A4 summaries of context-free teaching strategies that help educators reflect on their practice and check their knowledge and understanding.

I have had a lots of positive feedback from teachers on Twitter who love the A4 format as it is accessible and succinct. The grid layout and design (clearly inspired by the brilliant Oliver Caviglioli) helps to break down and categorise information so it is easy to read and process. I included a range of educational voices who have inspired my own practice over the years — many of these educators I follow on Twitter and have a solid reputation sharing evidence based ideas. One of which, Tom Sherrington hit the nail on the head in his tweet explaining my one-pager:
New Design
I have recently updated the design of my one-pagers for an upcoming project I am working on with David Goodwin. The collection has grown to include one-page information on a range of key teaching and learning strategies.
Jamie Clark
👀 Sneak peek into my latest project with @MrGoodwin23… More information to come! #OnePagers
Updated design
Updated design
Subscribe to my newsletter and follow me on Twitter for more updates on one-pagers on the near future. In the meantime, you can download my one-pager on questioning and eliciting evidence of learning for free. See the link in the tweet below.
Jamie Clark
NEW! One-pager on questioning techniques to elicit evidence of learning. Thanks to the inspirational people featured: @Doug_Lemov @teacherhead @DTWillingham 🙌
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