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Progress! Progress! Progress!

To explain the implications of 'typicality' on teaching in our school
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Ruth Hugill

on 19 February 2015

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Transcript of Progress! Progress! Progress!

At a typicality review you will
evaluate daily practise and the quality of teaching and learning in your
department using all the available
evidence........and grade your departments

This will be done alongside you LM

A real chance to lead and make an improvement to teaching and to challenge your leadership
Progress in Lessons
New observation grid......
Same focus for EVERYONE.......

Does this lesson have the
conditions
to secure progress over time?
Progress! Progress! Progress!
The Quality of Teaching
Effective Explanation
and Modelling


Teacher Recap
Refocus,
and Intervention


Student
Engagement


Clarity of
Objectives


Student application


Behaviour and Safety
Teaching
Achievement and Progress
Leadership and Management

We should be aiming for our teaching to be as good as it can be EVERY DAY for the benefit of our pupils regardless of OFSTED

As leaders - it's up to us to make it happen!


Typicality
DAILY PRACTISE
(...and its IMPACT!)

What grade would you give
daily practise in
your department?

Typically Good?
Progress Over Time
Progress in Lessons
Appropriate Pitch and
Differentiation


How does it all fit together?
Progress over Time
The IMPACT of progress in lessons
Work Scrutiny
3 x per year
Thorough & graded
Using grid
Progress data
Pupil voice

What are our pupils telling us? Do we act on it?
2x pupil voice surveys per year
What are you doing about it?
DATA!
Every member of staff will be provided with a data sheet for each of their classes

New sheet per data capture and progress RAG rated against expected progress

Any interventions/contextual info can be written on to the sheet


Questioning to
check
understanding
Good teaching, day in - day out
The T - Factor!

Learning is
distinct in books
or work and
attitudes
Good teaching
reflects in the data
*gaps closing
or shut*

'What is typical teaching like in my department?'
'HOW DO I KNOW?'
Have your teachers got the
T-Factor?
Evidence you will need to evaluate your department

STAFF:
3 lesson observations
3 work scrutinies
3 progress reviews

DEPARTMENT:
Progress health checks
Pupil voice surveys
Typicality reviews with LM
The Typicality Review
Next Steps

Keep it simple and straightforward..it is what it is!
Ask if you need anything, say if you have suggestions
Make typicality your priority
Introduce to your departments - enthusiastically!

Always remember the two questions.....
How good is typical teaching in your department?
HOW DO YOU KNOW?

Be ready to reward what is good and challenge what is not good enough!
Data
Work scrutiny

Evidence of Progress
Conditions for progress
How do you know?
Typicality
Typicality
Progress over time can be seen in lessons too!


Appraisal
Staff will want to use any of the evidence of 'typically good' or better practise for appraisal
We must ensure they are provided with copies of any documentation for their files/portfolios
As middle leaders it is important for you to keep records of evidence also
Progress health checks/accountability will continue

3 progress reviews (1per term) for you to lead with your staff to determine whether progress is good enough in classes? Are your gaps closing? How does staff data compare to national?
Progress
Progress
Progress
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