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TES Weekend Workshops - Preparing for OFSTED - Saturday 3rd November

Discussion in 'Heads of department' started by TES_Careers, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. Two workshops on one date:

    Ofsted: So how are we really doing: unpick how you can identify development needs accurately and distinguish cause and effect in order to drive your own development or that of staff and to argue your case against unfair criticism in a way that a variety of stakeholders can understand.
    Please visit www.tesweekendworkshop123.eventbrite.co.uk
    Data! What does it all mean? this session will cover the data available for your school or class, including RAISEonline, FFT, National Data tables and other commonly used data sets. Exploring how this data can be used for target setting, performance management and identifying "at risk" groups, as well as looking at the uses of data that can be dangerous.
    Please visit www.tesweekendworkshop126.eventbrite.co.uk
    Or contact advice@tes.co.uk

     
  2. Two workshops on one date:

    Ofsted: So how are we really doing: unpick how you can identify development needs accurately and distinguish cause and effect in order to drive your own development or that of staff and to argue your case against unfair criticism in a way that a variety of stakeholders can understand.
    Please visit www.tesweekendworkshop123.eventbrite.co.uk
    Data! What does it all mean? this session will cover the data available for your school or class, including RAISEonline, FFT, National Data tables and other commonly used data sets. Exploring how this data can be used for target setting, performance management and identifying "at risk" groups, as well as looking at the uses of data that can be dangerous.
    Please visit www.tesweekendworkshop126.eventbrite.co.uk
    Or contact advice@tes.co.uk

     

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