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Quality in educational systems workshop 4

Quality in educational systemsWorkshop 4

Andre Haynes

United Kingdom


The quality in education cd resource
The Quality in education CD resource

  • A variety of tools to support self assessment, requiring time commitments from 15 minutes to a whole school day

  • Improvement approaches based on generic quality tools; with material from LEAs and schools, and with four award winning submissions from different parts of the education sector in the U K

  • Training material - school case study

  • Managing the Management & E Filing Cabinet

  • Questionnaire and analysis tools from DFES

  • Materials from further education

  • Materials from higher education

  • Approaches to inclusion, drawn from LEAs

  • The accreditation process

  • Site map & introductory booklet PDFs


Leadership in action do we do this
LEADERSHIP IN ACTIONDo we do this?

The Institute of Management recommends:

  • Creating systematic and consistent frameworks for reward and promotion and for developing leadership potential

  • Establishing a regular ‘leadership audit’ on a 360 degree assessment model among employees at all levels in the organisation

  • Introducing mentoring programmes across organisations to meet the need for self awareness at all levels

  • Identifying opportunities for leadership that are not tied to formal management positions, but which offer appropriate recognition and rewards

  • Making learning a priority among the leaders themselves , so that professional development for all is seen as the norm

  • Recognising the perpetual challenge of fairness and transparency in recruitment and promotion

  • Building training and development programmes to link theory and practice


Leadership approaches
LEADERSHIP APPROACHES

  • Freshness:

    • As leaders we can encourage our people to try to do things differently

    • We can challenge assumptions

    • We can encourage benchmarking

  • Greenhousing:

    • We should protect and grow new ideas

    • We must try hard to suspend the wisdom of experience

  • Realness:

    • We must put an end to talking, memos, and the e-mail culture

    • We must encourage our people to do, rather than talk about doing

  • Create and sustain momentum:

    • Leaders can create a sense of unreasonable urgency

    • Leaders must say ‘no’ to some projects

  • Lots of signals:

    • Leaders can build structures to support innovation

    • Leaders should use positive and enabling language

  • Bravery:

    • Leaders must be brave in idea development

    • Effective leaders liberate their staff to think for themselves


MANAGING THE IMPROVEMENT CYCLE

School

self assessment

Direction Setting

Quick fixes

Tactical activity

e.g. team building

Improvements

Changes

Programme of continuous and planned improvement

Build the strategic plan

Managing the management

Capacity building


School processes
School Processes

Community

Communications

Community

Finance

People

management

ICT

Monitoring

& evaluation

Operational management

Strategic planning

Premises

Resources

Assessment, recording and reporting

Culture

Student attitude

Teaching & Learning

Student support

Student support

Curriculum

entitlement

Pastoral

systems

Enriched or extended curriculum

SEN provision


Deploying the excellence model
Deploying the Excellence Model

ENABLERS

Criteria 1-5

How

the

school

operates

RESULTS

Criteria 6-9

What the

school

has

achieved

OBJECTIVES

What the

school

aims to

achieve

PURPOSE

Mission,

vision

&

values

Team

Criteria 1-5

Consistent &

with regular

evaluation

Team

Criteria 6-9

Targets

& real-time

outcomes

Individual

staff

Criteria 1-5

Consistent &

with regular

evaluation

Individual

staff

Criteria 6-9

Targets

& real-time

outcomes

With acknowledgements to TQMI


Tools to monitor and improve teaching
Tools to monitor and improve teaching

  • Schedules of agreed desired performance

  • Use by observers within school as a part of monitoring performance

  • Use by groups of teachers for mutual observation and improvement

  • Emphasis on regular paired observation and discussion of styrengths and areas for improvement


Classroom teaching observation exemplar
Classroom teaching observation exemplar

Compulsory schedules for observation & reporting

1. Planning

2. Behaviour Management

3. Expectations

4. Questioning

Optional schedules for observation & reporting

1. Maintaining Good Pace

2. Vigilance in Class

3. Starts and Ends of lessons

4. Setting appropriate tasks


The quality in education cd resource1
The Quality in education CD resource

  • A variety of tools to support self assessment, requiring time commitments from 15 minutes to a whole school day

  • Improvement approaches based on generic quality tools; with material from LEAs and schools, and with four award winning submissions from different parts of the education sector in the U K

  • Training material - school case study

  • Managing the Management & E Filing Cabinet

  • Questionnaire and analysis tools from DFES

  • Materials from further education

  • Materials from higher education

  • Approaches to inclusion, drawn from LEAs

  • The accreditation process

  • Site map & introductory booklet PDFs


Andre Haynes

Quality Squared

Contact me for more information, at:

[email protected]

(0044) 7834 548 324


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