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Client:
Web Genius Lab
Date:
June 1, 2019
Categories:
Conference
Tags:
Business, Politics

Scheduled Programs for the 2019 theGov Convention

Some­times, the pub­lic debate gets stuck at the lev­el of inspec­tion grades, espe­cial­ly the over­all effec­tive­ness judge­ment. But the pro­fes­sion­al con­ver­sa­tions between inspec­tors and school lead­ers are where the great­est val­ue in our work lies. When we get this right — and we usu­al­ly do — our work is acknowl­edged as con­struc­tive, help­ful and, occa­sion­al­ly, even enjoy­able by those on the oth­er side of the process.

This year’s con­fer­ences main­ly focused on cur­ricu­lum, specif­i­cal­ly how a deep­er under­stand­ing of what we mean by cur­ricu­lum can inform our inspec­tion prac­tice. We also held ses­sions on all the dif­fer­ent ways in which chil­dren fall out of main­stream edu­ca­tion, and on careers edu­ca­tion. It’s the ses­sions on the cur­ricu­lum that I want to talk about here. Our over­all aim was to help inspec­tors eval­u­ate how well a school’s cur­ricu­lum is designed and imple­ment­ed — both with­in the con­text of the cur­rent Ofst­ed frame­work and school inspec­tion hand­book and, as we devel­op an even sharp­er focus on the cur­ricu­lum, for the edu­ca­tion inspec­tion frame­work 2019.

What Exactly Do We Mean By Curriculum?

We have asked our inspec­tors to apply this def­i­n­i­tion to their prac­tice and explore these three areas of intent, imple­men­ta­tion and impact when eval­u­at­ing a school’s cur­ricu­lum. In oth­er words, what is a school try­ing to achieve through its cur­ricu­lum, how is it being deliv­ered and what dif­fer­ence is it mak­ing to pupils’ learn­ing. These ideas are not new: rather they are about mak­ing vis­i­ble what has some­times been lost sight of.

  • Dig­i­tal project plan­ning and resourc­ing
  • In-House dig­i­tal con­sult­ing
  • Per­ma­nent and con­tract recruite­ment
  • Devel­op­ers and tech­ni­cal archi­tects

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