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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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    1. Raising Achievement Through Self-Evaluation National Achievement Show June 2011

    2. 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

    3. LESSON OBSERVATION RESULTS PREDICTED GRADES STUDENT VOICE TEACHER VOICE WORK SCRUTINY

    4. 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!

    5. Systematic and Planned SELF-EVALUATION CALENDAR 2011/12 FACULTY: English and Media

    6. Accountability to SLT

    7. Ethos of openness and sharing

    8. Data • Summative and Interim • Simplified systems • Immediacy • Openness and Accountability • Shift of Culture • Numbers AND Words • Follow Up Actions

    9. 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

    10. Student Voice • A Different Perspective • Survey vs Interview • Closed Questions vs Open Questions • Individual and Group ‘results’ • Openness and Accountability • Why wait? • Student Leadership

    11. BACK

    12. 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

    13. Implementing Whole School Inset BACK

    14. BACK

    15. Teacher Voice • Inclusive • Management of anxiety • Another perspective • Involvement of all in the leadership and management of the faculty • Identification of training needs

    16. 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

    17. Conscripts vs Volunteers http://classtools.net/education-games-php/fruit_machine/ 19

    18. Getting the whole class involved 21

    19. Waiting Time 22

    20. Question Sequences 23

    21. Initiating Student Questioning BACK Text

    22. Work Scrutiny • Formal and informal moderation • Book sampling • Controlled Assessment and Exam • Quality of work • Marking and Feedback

    23. 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