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Raising Achievement Through Self-Evaluation. National Achievement Show June 2011. Objectives. How to evaluate the progress of students and your faculty in a systematic and inclusive way How to use self-evaluation to plan for faculty improvement

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Raising Achievement Through Self-Evaluation

National Achievement Show

June 2011


Objectives

  • How to evaluate the progress of students and your faculty in a systematic and inclusive way

  • How to use self-evaluation to plan for faculty improvement

  • How to use self-evaluation to maximise student achievement


LESSON OBSERVATION

RESULTS

PREDICTED GRADES

STUDENT VOICE

TEACHER VOICE

WORK SCRUTINY


Why?

  • Evidence-based planning for improvements

  • Monitoring and Tracking Progress of Students, Teachers and Faculty.

  • Appropriate and Effective Intervention

  • Determining Needs and Strengths

  • Democratic Faculty

  • Reflective Practitioners

  • Ofsted!


Systematic and Planned

SELF-EVALUATION CALENDAR 2011/12

FACULTY: English and Media


Accountability to SLT


Ethos of openness and sharing


Data

  • Summative and Interim

  • Simplified systems

  • Immediacy

  • Openness and Accountability

  • Shift of Culture

  • Numbers AND Words

  • Follow Up Actions


Resulting Improvement Activities

  • Individual and group intervention plans

  • Support plans for teachers

  • Changes to exam entry policy

  • Introduction and development of the accelerated groups.

  • Development of the Study Plus course.

  • Curriculum mapping and Resource development

  • Priority Setting for FIP


Student Voice

  • A Different Perspective

  • Survey vs Interview

  • Closed Questions vs Open Questions

  • Individual and Group ‘results’

  • Openness and Accountability

  • Why wait?

  • Student Leadership


BACK


Resulting Improvement Activities

  • Curriculum Map

  • New Schemes of Learning

  • A Focus on Pedagogy:

    • Differentiation Training

    • Collaborative Learning Training

  • Revision Skills

  • Changes to KS3 curriculum

  • Resource Development

  • Changes to mock exams


Implementing Whole School Inset

BACK


BACK


Teacher Voice

  • Inclusive

  • Management of anxiety

  • Another perspective

  • Involvement of all in the leadership and management of the faculty

  • Identification of training needs


Lesson Observation

  • Performance Management

  • Subject Scrutiny

  • Learning Walks

  • Collaborative Working

    • Immersion

    • TLCs

    • Learning SIG

  • Leads to an impact on pedagogy:

    • Questioning

    • Feedback

    • Sharing Good Practice at Faculty Meetings


Conscripts vs Volunteers

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Getting the whole class involved

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Waiting Time

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Question Sequences

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Initiating Student Questioning

BACK

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Work Scrutiny

  • Formal and informal moderation

  • Book sampling

  • Controlled Assessment and Exam

  • Quality of work

  • Marking and Feedback


A Summary

  • Holistic Approach

  • Systematic and Planned

  • A means to an end - not an end in itself

  • Quick wins vs Long-term development

  • An ethos, not an activity


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