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It is an OHP (Overhead Projector) slide: we used to use them before Powerpoint was invented. I found it while clearing out the other day. The technology might be a thing of the past, but the message isnt.
NFER have published a really interesting (short) paper on assessment in the light of the demise of levels, and the rise of norm referenced assessment in core subjects. The recent DfE consultation on assessment and the Ofsted framework both suggest … Continue reading
I have been exploring an issue with a friend recently. It is to do with how we respond to the demands by Ofsted and schools for 4 levels of progress through KS3 and beyond. The problem for me is not … Continue reading
I am just reading Making a Mark (HMI March 2012) which is the latest report about art education in England by my old friend and colleague Ian (otherwise known as HMI). Click here for a copy. It is so overwhelmingly sensible … Continue reading
“…We propose therefore to focus on these aspects and to consider subject understanding and the use of assessment as key contributory factors in judging the quality of teaching.” The new Ofsted framework is out for consultation. As expected it involves … Continue reading
>On June 9 2010 Ofsted published draft guidance to be used on ‘Subject Survey Visits’. These are subject visits by specialist Ofsted inspectors. The outcome is a letter containing the findings and judgements of the inspector. This letter is published … Continue reading