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Monitoring Education in Primary School. Raising efficiency of educational monitoring Henk Kreeft Moscow, September 2006. Monitoring on three levels. Quality Management by Schools.

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monitoring education in primary school

Monitoring Education in Primary School

Raising efficiency of educational monitoring

Henk Kreeft

Moscow, September 2006

quality management by schools
Quality Management by Schools
  • Quality management by schools themselves, school self-evaluation, is becoming more and more important all over Europe
  • In the Netherlands school self-evaluation is the starting-point for the Inspector
  • Yearly and periodical investigation
periodical investigation
Periodical investigation
  • Starting-point is school self-evaluation
  • Most important quality indicators:
    • Quality management
    • Results (pupil results, pupils’ progress)
    • Teaching-Learning process (curriculum, learningtime, etc)

No quality problems : Concluding with report

Quality problems : Further investigation

quality care self evaluation
Quality care, self- evaluation

Quality indicators:

  • Knowledge of student demands
  • Yearly evaluation of the results (using validated tests)
  • Systematic evaluation of teaching and learning
  • Systematic activities to improve the quality of education
  • The school accounts for the quality reached to stakeholders
  • Caring for social safety
results pupil results pupils progress
Results (pupil results, pupils’ progress)

Quality indicators:

  • Results have to be at the target level at the end of primary education (according to pupil characteristics)
  • Social abilities are at the target level
  • Results language and mathematics have the target level during primary education
  • Pupils’ progress is on schedule, pupils are not lacking behind
end of primary education test
End of Primary Education Test
  • 90% of Dutch schools use the EPT (the so-called Citotest), 10% uses other tests
  • Inspectorate looks at the results of 3 years (more stable)
  • Scores EPT are standardised scores and can be compared with a national standard
  • Stratification of 7 groups of schools
student monitoring system
Student Monitoring System
  • Schools can use the test of the Cito SMS
  • The Inspectorate studies the results at five important points in time:
    • Technical reading (age 7 and 8)
    • Arithmetic/Mathematics (age 8 and 10)
    • Reading (age 10)
  • SMS has tests for all these subjects at these points in time
  • Test results are placed on one scale (with use of IRT), so development becomes visible. (pupils’ progress)
teaching and learning process
Teaching and learning Process

Quality indicators:

Such as

  • Learning-time in connection with the educational needs
  • Teaching strategy: structure, organisation, differentiation, pupil activity
norm inspectorate
Norm Inspectorate

A school is a very weak school when:

  • Results at the end of primary education are not sufficient or results cannot be judged
  • Two or more other indicators are insufficient

Every school’s result of the periodical investigation is published on the Internet

raising efficiency of monitoring in the netherlands
Raising Efficiency of Monitoring in the Netherlands
  • Self-evaluation system
  • Yearly and periodical investigation by Inspectorate
  • Standardised tests during the educational process and at the end of primary education
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