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Title: Monitoring and Evaluating Teaching and Learning


1
Monitoring and Evaluating Teaching and Learning
  • A Workshop for School Governors
  • May 2012

2
Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Monitoring means ...
  • Finding out whether or not agreed actions have
    taken place
  • Evaluation means
  • Making a judgement on whether these actions have
    had the desired impact on standards and whether
    there is a better way to achieve the same impact

3
Whats important?
  • Monitoring and evaluation should be
  • Planned
  • Carried out systematically and regularly
  • Recorded
  • Shared with school staff
  • Linked to a Monitoring Policy

4
Using EvidenceFrom the Headteacher
  • Headteachers Report to Governors
  • School Improvement Plan
  • Ofsted Inspection Plan
  • LA monitoring reports
  • SIP reports?
  • School performance data/reports e.g.
    RAISEonline SATs Ofsted Report SSE

5
EvidenceFrom School Staff
  • Curriculum Coordinators
  • Presentations to FGB / Committees
  • Formal / informal discussions

6
EvidenceFrom School Governors
  • Focused school visits
  • Specific monitoring visits to collect information
    across the school
  • Informal visits

7
Evidence From Parents and Pupils
  • Questionnaires
  • School Council / Parent Council
  • Formal / Informal discussions

8
Ofsted
  • The framework for inspection reflects the role
    of governors evidence tells us there is a
    relationship between effective governance, the
    quality of leadership and management and the
    quality of provision and pupil achievement.
  • SCHOOL GOVERNANCE
  • LEADING FROM THE BEST(OFSTED MAY 2011)

9
HMCI Annual Report 2010
  • Governors are most effective when they are
    fully involved in the schools self-evaluation
    and use the knowledge gained to challenge the
    school, understand its strengths and weaknesses
    and contribute to its strategic direction where
    governance is weak the involvement of governors
    in monitoring the quality of provision is not
    well enough defined or sufficiently rigorous and
    challenging.

10
Making a difference
  • Challenge leaders
  • Have high aspirations
  • Ensure policies are focused on key priority of
    Teaching and Learning
  • Support staff development
  • Share and use own skills
  • Support appointment retention succession
  • Challenge underperformance
  • Challenge own performance
  • Understand roles and responsibilities
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