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Monitoring and evaluation activity at interview

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lou1, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. lou1

    lou1 New commenter

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    Hello





    I have an interview coming up for an AHT job that has said one of its
    activities will be a monitoring and evaluation one; it is for a primary school.
    Any idea of the type of activity I may be asked to do, or has anyone had an
    interview with a monitoring and evaluation activity in it?





    Thank you


    Lou
     
  2. lou1

    lou1 New commenter

    No, the letter just says that one of the activities will be "a monitoring and evaluation" activity. Wondered if anyone else had done one in their interview.
    Not sure if that is normal or not for an AHT role?
     
  3. jwteacher

    jwteacher New commenter

    Monitoring and evaluation consists of lesson observations, data analysis and planning and work scrutinies so it could be do with any of these.
    Also identifying CPD needsbut I think it's unlikely they would ask you to do anythign like that without knowing the school and the staff inside out.
    It'll probably be to do with analysing a set of data and determining what it tells you - how you would use the data to determine progress and attainment etc. That's what I've been asked to do before. Or at my school, at the last set of interviews, candidates were asked to conduct a 'learning walk' around the building and talk about what they noticed, what was good and what they felt needed developing.
    Good luck!
     

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