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Ofsted Criteria and Lesson Observation for Primary Schools
Jan 15, 2014, 10:00AM to 4:00PM
|Location||100 Queens Gate, SW7 5AG
|Details||As schools need to make highly accurate judgements about their learning outcomes, all teachers need to be continually aware of the impact their teaching is having on the learning experiences and the progress their pupils are making.
This course is suitable for all senior staff and team leaders involved with classroom observation and professional development. Indeed all teaching staff will find it helpful to understand what Ofsted are looking for in an outstanding lesson and what the teacher now needs to demonstrate to achieve this.
The training session will examine: the current emphasis of inspections, how to observe lessons using Ofsted methods, how good internal classroom observation can be used to raise standards and how using a variety of teaching styles and compelling learning experiences can be linked to improving attainment and progress.
Delegates will have the opportunity to observe a range of filmed lessons and discuss and evaluate their content.
Essential information for schools last inspected before Sept 2012 and those outstanding schools (graded 2 for teaching) prior to Jan 2012.
Course content will include:
The latest September 2013 Ofsted evaluation schedule
The current observation criteria
Learning and teaching
Judging lessons using Ofsted methods
Matching in-house observations with Ofsted standards
Making evaluative statements
Effective use of support Staff
Implications of behaviour
Feedback to enable staff development and improvement
The School Development Plan
Teaching methods including compelling learning
experiences and effective cross curricular schemes
Also available as in house training day