Brookfield Community School (BCS) Sharing Practice


(Led by Neil Chance – Lead Practitioner & Owain Hoskins – Learning Innovator)

Ratio essentially refers to the difference between participation and active thinking from students.  The more active thinking the better and, although the deeper levels of thinking are harder to attain, the ultimate goal is to encourage students to immerse themselves in cognitive work (writing, thinking, analysing, talking) that is both focused and productive.  This group will look to explore strategies that will encourage and support this cognitive work and foster a deeper sense of learning.