Making a step change in the Lesson Observation processes
A practical approach to revitalising lesson observation to drive improvement
Reasons for attending the programme
The emphasis of the next inspection cycle is on assessing the quality of teaching and learning with an expectation that all teachers will be performing to a good or outstanding standard. This will be a major challenge for many colleges in a context of rising national standards. A cultural change is required to achieve outstanding and a major shift in ownership and responsibility to teams and individual teachers for the quality of teaching and learning.
What is the training about?
The day will provide insight into the new inspection process and the role of managers, teachers and students. It will challenge thinking to revise and sharpen current lesson observation processes and escalate improvement and to move away from the annual observation cycle. The focus will be on the totality of the quality of the students’ experience over a week, a month and their entire course because this is in reality what so often underpins student success.
During this programme you learn:
- About the new common inspection framework
- To consider the impact on your organisation
- To review and reconsider current lesson observation processes
- To focus on the whole student learning experience
- You will be well prepared for the next inspection cycle
- Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of lesson observation
- Improve the quality of teaching and learning
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