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Published on June 8, 2009

Author: iansillett

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Slide 2: 1 Strengthening subject pedagogy Strong senior and subject leadership Departments working collaboratively Secure self-evaluation processes Introduction Key messages : 2 Key messages When pupils are able to demonstrate mastery, they: can evaluate where they are and then see how they can improve respond well when they are engaged in their learning continue to develop their learning skills and apply them in changing contexts Objectives : 3 Objectives At the end of this module participants will be able to: relate their current practice in assessment for learning to securing effective progress in the development of functional skills understand how we plan for functional skills progression identify and address subject misconceptions that may prevent learners from progressing explore and apply the implications of planning for day-to-day, periodic and transitional assessment of functional skills Developing functionality : 4 Developing functionality Assessment for learners : 5 Assessment for learners every pupil knows how they are doing, and understands what they need to do to improve and how to get there. They get the support they need to be motivated, independent learners on an ambitious trajectory of improvement every teacher is equipped to make well-founded judgements about pupils’ attainment, understands the concepts and principles of progression, and knows how to use their assessment judgements to forward plan, particularly for pupils who are not fulfilling their potential every school has in place structured and systematic assessment systems for making regular, useful, manageable and accurate assessments of pupils, and for tracking their progress every parent and carer knows how their child is doing, what they need to do to improve, and how they can support the child and their teachers The Assessment for Learning Strategy, DCSF, page 4 Assessment implications : 6 Assessment implications complexity familiarity technical demand independence What are the assessment issues for each of these differentiators? Slide 8: 7 Strengthening subject pedagogy Strong senior and subject leadership Departments working collaboratively Secure self-evaluation processes The four ‘cornerstones’ Getting the right support : 8 Getting the right support The four core modules for schools : 9 The four core modules for schools Autumn term 2008 Teaching functional skills: From building to applying skills Within real, purposeful and relevant contexts Teaching functional skills: Teaching functional skills: Teaching functional skills: Assessing progress From Entry level to Level 1 Spring term 2009

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