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Review of Ofsted 2013: Viewpoints
Illustrations of how technology can play a part in enhancing key
recom...
bit.ly/rsc-rapta

ILP and monitoring

“A few important aspects are not monitored rigorously
enough”
“Does not yet capture ...
bit.ly/rsc-rapta

ILP and target setting
“Improve target setting for learners”
“Set frequent, precise and challenging targ...
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Stretch and challenge
“Able learners are insufficiently challenged “
“Improve the underperforming “
 Th...
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Equality and diversity

“Plan for learners to embrace cultural differences “
“The promotion of E&D at re...
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Lesson plans
“Need to plan sessions to meet the needs of learners”
“Ensure all lessons are planned”
 Th...
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English and math’s
“Opportunities to develop learners’ literacy and numeracy
skills are occasionally mis...
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Teaching and learning staff

“The quality and effectiveness of theory teaching are
inconsistent”
“Varied...
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Assessment management
“The quality of assessment is not consistently good”
“Poor assessment of learning”...
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Feedback

“Feedback on formally assessed work does not provide
enough detail”
“Learners don’t know what ...
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Performance management (organisation)

“Improve management information to support decision
making “
“Und...
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Performance management (curriculum)
“Insufficient self assessment of the quality of learning “
“Poor les...
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    1. 1. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Review of Ofsted 2013: Viewpoints Illustrations of how technology can play a part in enhancing key recommendations made by Ofsted
    2. 2. bit.ly/rsc-rapta ILP and monitoring “A few important aspects are not monitored rigorously enough” “Does not yet capture progress well”  Electronic individual learning plans (e-ILPs) are used to share disclosed learner information with teaching staff involved in the learners’ course or programme (C9)  e-ILPs are used to collect particular learning requirements (for example dyslexia support or other learning difficulties) to identify additional support needs. They connect to the courses of study and any specialist communities in the VLE (D11)  e-ILPs assist in monitoring the progress of the learners receiving the support: all staff with a role in ensuring individual learner progression are able to see and contribute to ILPs (D11)  e-ILPs are used to share disclosed learner information with teachers and appropriate support staff involved in their learning journey (E16)  e-ILPs are made available to all those responsible for the progression and success of each learner (E16)  Electronic registers supply personal data to the e-ILP and returns to the learning provider records (E17)  Sound files, images and video are used to support assessment and to show progression in e-ILPs (F21) 2
    3. 3. bit.ly/rsc-rapta ILP and target setting “Improve target setting for learners” “Set frequent, precise and challenging targets for learners “  Both teaching staff and the learner are able to contribute to the ILP by way of comment and target setting (D11)  e-ILPs allow the setting and checking of targets over time. Learners participate in setting and review (E16)  Learners are able to contribute to the ILP by way of comment and target setting (E16)  The content of ILPs is a focus for tutorials in terms of issues, targets and achievements (E16)  Learners have access to their e-ILP and participate in review of progress towards their targets (E19) 3
    4. 4. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Stretch and challenge “Able learners are insufficiently challenged “ “Improve the underperforming “  The VLE is used extensively to provide specific course support for learners including additional materials to stretch and inspire; and catch-up materials to accommodate absences and different pace of learning (B7) 4
    5. 5. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Equality and diversity “Plan for learners to embrace cultural differences “ “The promotion of E&D at reviews of learners’ progress and during taught sessions”  e-Learning materials and learning assignments promote equality and celebrate diversity (F21)  e-Learning materials broaden learners’ horizons and challenge their assumptions about different groups of people (F21)  Sound files, images and video are used to support assessment and to show progression in e-ILPs (F21)  Technology helps to identify and address individual and collective learner needs and contributes to the personalisation of teaching, learning and assessment (F21)  Equality & diversity is celebrated using electronic publicity, in social media, on the VLE front page, posters and on promotional and marketing web pages (F21)  Support and resources are made available in communities on the VLE that learners can join, supported by specialist teaching staff (F21)  Any relevant induction materials relating to equality and diversity are available via the VLE (F21) 5
    6. 6. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Lesson plans “Need to plan sessions to meet the needs of learners” “Ensure all lessons are planned”  There are examples of lesson plans, which describe group work activity completed during and between learning sessions (A2)  Because of work completed through the VLE, lesson plans are written to show the connection between activity in and beyond learning sessions (B7)  Lesson plans are rewritten to reflect these changes and learning session time is used to support what has happened on-line and to plan for future on-line activity (G22) 6
    7. 7. bit.ly/rsc-rapta English and math’s “Opportunities to develop learners’ literacy and numeracy skills are occasionally missed”  Learners are able to use resources on the VLE and beyond to revise, repeat and find contextual illustrations as part of individual study packs that augment formal study (D15)  Teachers can draw on common English, Maths and functional skills resources through the VLE and the wider educational on-line community (D15)  Technology is used to accommodate different levels, different skills gaps and different ways of learning through a wider range of learning material (for example. interactive, video-ed tutorials, etc.) (D15) 7
    8. 8. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Teaching and learning staff “The quality and effectiveness of theory teaching are inconsistent” “Varied quality of learning”  Teaching staff arrange to teach and support learners on-line as part of their course or learning programme (C9)  Hand-held and mobile technologies are supplied to teaching staff to support the delivery and administration of learning (C9)  Teaching staff’s confidence to experiment with technology is positively encouraged and there is a good awareness of their support needs in terms of the hardware and technical support (C9)  Staff are encouraged and supported to seek out communities of interest beyond the organisation (C9)  Appropriate and effective use of technology is included in lesson observations, review and feedback (C9)  Staff support learning and its administration through social media (C9) 8
    9. 9. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Assessment management “The quality of assessment is not consistently good” “Poor assessment of learning”  Learners are able to submit assignments on-line in a variety of ways (C9)  Back up paper-based processes are being reduced so technology replaces rather than adds to administrative processes (C9)  Technology is used across the organisation to track completed assessments and this information contributes to the monitoring of learners’ progress and achievement at both course and organisation level (E18)  Assignments are submitted and marked on-line (E18)  Technology is used to track learner targets that the learner can participate in their review and to assess overall progress and achievement (E18)  Features include allowing the use of personal and handheld technology, submission of work and assignments using personal spaces (for example, eportfolios), software and social media (E18)  Formative assessment on assignments in progress is given to learners (E18) 9
    10. 10. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Feedback “Feedback on formally assessed work does not provide enough detail” “Learners don’t know what to do to improve work “  The teaching staff provide learners with timely feedback, both formative and summative, via the VLE on assessed assignments, attendance, punctuality and other factors relevant to making progress (E19)  Learners have access to their e-ILP and participate in review of progress towards their targets (E19)  Assessment results and progress are available to the learner via, for example, an e-portfolio (E19) 10
    11. 11. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Performance management (organisation) “Improve management information to support decision making “ “Underdeveloped performance management “  There is a published learning technology strategy that describes the contribution of technology to success and encourages all staff to aspire to its vision. Managers contribute to its delivery and update. Staff at all levels are consulted and contribute to its content. The strategy fits with the learning providers quality improvement plan and the teaching, learning and assessment plan (G22)  Emerging new technologies are explored and tested for their overall potential benefit to teaching, learning and assessment (G22)  WIFI is available across all the learning provider premises (G22)  Appropriate safeguarding policies are in place to protect all learners, in particular young people and vulnerable adults, when using internet and social media (G22)  Managers make resources available through the VLE and help to support individual teaching staff’s improvement plans (H24)  Mentoring schemes are established that make use of technology to communicate and share information (H24) 11
    12. 12. bit.ly/rsc-rapta Performance management (curriculum) “Insufficient self assessment of the quality of learning “ “Poor lesson observation process “  Learners are encouraged, through appropriate channels in the VLE, to contribute to the assessment of teaching and course administration (H24)  Observations are scheduled and enhanced through the use of appropriate technologies to facilitate greater flexibility in observation, review and feedback (H24)  Staff are set stretching performance targets and these are actively monitored throughout the year. They are an integral part of the self-assessment and quality processes and the supply of data for this purpose is timely and reliable (H24) 12
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