Steve Saffhill (Jisc RSC East Mid’s); Mick Gilroy (Aspire: Lincoln College); and
Clare Holden (Loughborough College)
01/10...
Summary
»Review of Ofsted reports 2013
»ILPs at Loughborough College
»ILPs at Aspire: Lincoln College
Implementing ILPs in...
Review of Ofsted reports 2013
Implementing ILPs in your organisation 3
East midlands Region
ILPs and tracking
Title of presentation 00/00/2013 4
Tracking
systems are not
robust
Underdeveloped
online personal
learni...
Question:
A. We have had Ofsted this year and they praised our use of ILPs
B. We have had Ofsted this year and they recomm...
The Development of a College ILP
A Three Year Journey
1st Year - Project Plan
Set up the User Group:
Curriculum Representatives
Learning Coaches
Learning Support Staff
Winning ...
Implementation:
Training events
Developing the Functionality – linking into the
MIS Data
Early Adopters and Pilot Groups:
...
Student and Course Information
1:1 Tutorials – Recording: Wobble Week, Next Step,
Destinations
2nd Year – Action Plans
Further Developments:
Induction Checklist
SMART Targets
Mark Book
Comments Types
Attendance
Cause ...
Induction Checklist
Use of SMART Targets and Further Refinement
Mark Book – Tracking Academic Progress
3nd Year - Audits and Review
Refine and Develop Functionality
Open up to External Access
Development of Reports
At Risk In...
At Risk Indicators
Reports for Managers and for Audit Review
Development and Use of ILP’s
Mick Gilroy
Aspire: Lincoln College
About Aspire
 Aspire is the Work Based Learning Department of Lincoln College.
 Completed a merger with ISIS Training in...
History of ILP’s
 Traditionally paper based, mainly due to signature requirements.
 Introduction of E-portfolios created...
Reason for Changing
 The merger between ISIS – Lincoln College provided the perfect
opportunity.
 Too much duplication o...
How it works
 The ILP template in OneFile was customised to meet our needs.
 All data entered onto OneFile is linked to ...
The future………………
 Continue to develop E-Learning, E-Assessment and data capture to
reduce and eventually eliminate paper....
Resources and next In-Brief
bit.ly/rscem-inbrief
Tuesday 5th November
Cloud-based tools
»See our website to book
on this e...
Implementing ILPs in your organisation
Implementing ILPs in your organisation
Implementing ILPs in your organisation
Implementing ILPs in your organisation
Implementing ILPs in your organisation
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This first In Brief session of 2013/14 explored individual learning plans (ILPs). Ofsted has been critical on the monitoring of learner progress. Issues such as poor target setting, inaccurate data and low levels of use throughout the organisation will be considered.

This session will explore ILPs in large organisations and how to make the data work. We will also look into ILPs in smaller providers as seen in the Work Based Learning (WBL) sector.

- Clare Holden (Loughborough College) will be providing an overview of their developments; and

- Mick Gilroy (Aspire, Lincoln College) will provide an insight into how ILPs can be implemented in work-based learning.

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  • Implementing ILPs in your organisation

    1. 1. Steve Saffhill (Jisc RSC East Mid’s); Mick Gilroy (Aspire: Lincoln College); and Clare Holden (Loughborough College) 01/10/2013 In Brief: Implementing ILPs in your organisation
    2. 2. Summary »Review of Ofsted reports 2013 »ILPs at Loughborough College »ILPs at Aspire: Lincoln College Implementing ILPs in your organisation 2
    3. 3. Review of Ofsted reports 2013 Implementing ILPs in your organisation 3 East midlands Region
    4. 4. ILPs and tracking Title of presentation 00/00/2013 4 Tracking systems are not robust Underdeveloped online personal learning plans Don’t always record progress and ach’ s Personal learning aims not identified Fail to monitor and record progress Reviews of progress are insufficient Weak target setting Improve target setting for learners Make sure all the progress made is captured Aspects are not monitored rigorously Does not yet capture progress well enough
    5. 5. Question: A. We have had Ofsted this year and they praised our use of ILPs B. We have had Ofsted this year and they recommended improvement with ILPs C. We haven’t had Ofsted this year D. Ofsted does not knock on our door Which of the following best describes you Implementing ILPs in your organisation 5
    6. 6. The Development of a College ILP A Three Year Journey
    7. 7. 1st Year - Project Plan Set up the User Group: Curriculum Representatives Learning Coaches Learning Support Staff Winning Hearts and Minds
    8. 8. Implementation: Training events Developing the Functionality – linking into the MIS Data Early Adopters and Pilot Groups: Student Support Comments Student Progress Reports Mark Book Review Meetings and 1:1 Tutorials
    9. 9. Student and Course Information
    10. 10. 1:1 Tutorials – Recording: Wobble Week, Next Step, Destinations
    11. 11. 2nd Year – Action Plans Further Developments: Induction Checklist SMART Targets Mark Book Comments Types Attendance Cause for Concerns
    12. 12. Induction Checklist
    13. 13. Use of SMART Targets and Further Refinement
    14. 14. Mark Book – Tracking Academic Progress
    15. 15. 3nd Year - Audits and Review Refine and Develop Functionality Open up to External Access Development of Reports At Risk Indicators Policy and Procedure Audits and Review
    16. 16. At Risk Indicators
    17. 17. Reports for Managers and for Audit Review
    18. 18. Development and Use of ILP’s Mick Gilroy Aspire: Lincoln College
    19. 19. About Aspire  Aspire is the Work Based Learning Department of Lincoln College.  Completed a merger with ISIS Training in June 2013.  I was formerly the E-learning Manager of ISIS Training.  Now an ICT Instructor, with responsibility for E-learning within Aspire.
    20. 20. History of ILP’s  Traditionally paper based, mainly due to signature requirements.  Introduction of E-portfolios created the opportunity for Electronic ILP’s.  Info in ILP’s was being duplicated in paper and electronic format.  All forms could be created with the system and automatically linked together to create a full ILP.
    21. 21. Reason for Changing  The merger between ISIS – Lincoln College provided the perfect opportunity.  Too much duplication of data, time consuming and frustrating.  OneFile was the perfect platform for creating electronic ILP’s.  Ability to create and customise forms and, link data.
    22. 22. How it works  The ILP template in OneFile was customised to meet our needs.  All data entered onto OneFile is linked to the ILP.  A range of data forms were created to capture any additional information and also linked to the ILP.  ILP becomes an organic document that can be constantly changed and updated.
    23. 23. The future………………  Continue to develop E-Learning, E-Assessment and data capture to reduce and eventually eliminate paper.  Extensive use of smartphones with learners utilising the OneFile NOMAD app.  Includes encouraging learners to capture evidence themselves and do remote learning and assessments.
    24. 24. Resources and next In-Brief bit.ly/rscem-inbrief Tuesday 5th November Cloud-based tools »See our website to book on this event
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