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Evaluation - London Citizenship Teaching Network 23 03 09
 

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Feedback from participants at the inaugural London Citizenship Teaching Network meeting, held at the Institute of Education on 23rd March 2009.

Feedback from participants at the inaugural London Citizenship Teaching Network meeting, held at the Institute of Education on 23rd March 2009.

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    Evaluation - London Citizenship Teaching Network 23 03 09 Evaluation - London Citizenship Teaching Network 23 03 09 Presentation Transcript

    • London Citizenship Teaching Network: 1st Meeting EVALUATION Monday 23 rd March 2009 / 2.30 – 5.00pm Institute of Education Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • OUR LCTN AIMS (agreed at the meeting)… To share (best / good) practice To have INSET on specific areas we identify To develop a cross-london strategy to take Citizenship education forward in London To develop a resource bank / base To spread our support base so we’re not just individuals working in individual schools Click here to discuss this in our forum!
      • HEADLINES FROM FEEDBACK
      • 100% of participants scored the session from good to excellent, 95% very good or excellent
      • Length of session (2.5 hours) was appropriate
      • There was a useful range of activities which met most people’s needs well
      • Future meetings could be in a better room, give a little more time for activities, and have a choice/carousel of activities so the content is always relevant to all participants
      • Next steps for the LCTN include (1) a virtual forum & resource bank , (2 ) local school linking and (3) centralised termly meetings with specific themes (see separate NEXT STEPS presentation)
      Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • Particularly useful was… Click here to discuss this in our forum! Thing Votes Because… Meeting other teachers 9 (nobody actually wrote why…) Compelling Learning Experiences 6 Interesting look at getting Citizenship right; seeing projects & resources that have been used Assessment 9 Breaking down the skills and concepts, and considering the scope of the tasks we give as a result; clear & in a usable format Self-Evaluation Tool 6 How to take Citizenship to the next level; good when considering next steps and how to achieve our goals; it will be useful to feed this back to teachers in my borough.
    • Making it even better… Click here to discuss this in our forum! Issue Votes Solve the issue by… Room 1 Finding a room with better air conditioning / windows!!! Time 3 Giving activities a bit more time / do a bit less in the meeting Relevance 4 Splitting up groups depending on needs, some do e.g. assessment, some do something else etc Repetition 2 Giving choice so people can avoid repeating stuff they’ve done or seen before
    • Ideas for next time… Click here to discuss this in our forum! Issue Idea Sharing Resources Teachers bring along example of one good resource to discuss… Have all NGO resources put together in goody-bags for participants Networking More opportunities and time to talk / Q&A session Venue National Maritime Museum may be able to help! Leadership Examples of how people have got SLT on board Looking at strategies which build credibility Agenda Get this set by people using the virtual forum Schemes More on developing schemes of work in Citizenship Impact To hear from students who feel empowered by a project
    • Reminder of the Agenda
      • Who are we? - Introductions / Find Someone Who (30)
      • How do we organise learning? ‘Compelling learning experiences’ (40)
      • How well are we achieving our aims? Building in assessment – key strategies (30)
      • How do we know we’re on the right track? The Self-Evaluation Tool for Citizenship (20)
      • Where should we go from here? aims of the LCTN / key updates (30)
      Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • 95% of participants rated the session very good or excellent Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • Pitch / level was appropriate to audience Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • 2.5 hour duration was considered suitable by almost all Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • The Self Evaluation Tool activity was judged to have a similarly positive level of usefulness! Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • Almost all teachers’ needs were met fully or mostly in terms of the assessment activity Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • 9 out of 10 participants felt the Compelling Learning Experience showcase mostly or completely met their needs Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • Click here to discuss this in our forum!
    • 80% of participants felt the meeting met their networking needs… no-one’s needs weren’t met at all Click here to discuss this in our forum!