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Local authority probation managers' seminar on 28 October 2009. Presentation given by Mairi McAra, Professional Officer, Early Professional Learning.

Local authority probation managers' seminar on 28 October 2009. Presentation given by Mairi McAra, Professional Officer, Early Professional Learning.

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    Local Authority Probation Managers Seminar 281009 Local Authority Probation Managers Seminar 281009 Presentation Transcript

    • Wednesday 28 October 2009 Welcome! Induction Manager Seminar
    • Analysis of Final Profiles Primary Profile - Commentary
    • Supporter Meetings
      •   Average number of Supporter Meetings consistent – highest in Dumfries and Galloway just ahead of Borders
      • Relatively good range of all focuses , though main c oncentration of focus:
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording, reporting
      • 2.4.3 reflect on practice and contribute to own CPD
      • 3.2 take responsibility for CPD
      • Dates of meetings – June tails off (due to profile completion )
    • Observed Sessions
      • Good consistency in frequency of Observed Sessions
      • Concentration of focus:
      • 2.1.2 communication
      • 2.1.3 range of strategies and resources
      • 2.1.4 expectations and pace
      • 2.2.1 organisation and management
      • Relatively good spread of curricular area - Language most frequent, RME less so
      • Most observations in Composite classes
      • Most observations in the morning
    • Local Authority CPD
      • High level of activity in Falkirk , Midlothian and Stirling
      • Concen tration of focus:
      • 2.1.3 teaching strategies and resources
      • 3.1 inclusion
    • School CPD
      • High level of activity in Dundee, Falkirk, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire and Shetland
      • Conc entration of focus:
      • 1.1.4 nature of curriculum and its development
      • 2.1.3 teaching strategies and resources
      • 2.1.5 working co-operatively
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording, reporting
      • 3.3 value, respect and active partners in work community
    • Personal CPD
      • Highest levels of activity in Aberdeenshire, Falkirk, Fife, Shetland and Western Isles
      • Conc entration of focus:
      • 2.1.3 strategies and resources
      • 3.2 taking responsibility for professional learning and development
      • 3.3 value, respect and active partners in work community
    • Overall CPD
      • Highest concentration of focus: 2.1.3, strategies and resources
      • Secondary Profile - Commentary
    • Supporter Meetings
      • Average number of Supporter Meetings consistent – highest in East Ayrshire
      • Relatively good range of all , though main c oncentration of focus:
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording, reporting
      • 2.4.3 reflect on practice and contribute to own CPD
      • 3.2 take responsibility for CPD
      • Dates of meetings – June tails off (due to profile completion )
    • Observed Sessions
      • Good consistency in frequency of Observed Sessions
      • Con centration of focus:
      • 2.1.2 communication
      • 2.1.3 range of strategies and resources
      • 2.1.4 expectations and pace
      • Most observations concentrate on S1 to S3 classes
      • Most observations concentrate on levels 5-14 and Standard
      • Most observations take place in the morning
    • Local Authority CPD
      • High level of activity in Glasgow, North Lanarkshire and Stirling
      • Concentration of focus:
      • 2.1.3 teaching strategies and resources
      • 3.1 inclusion
    • School CPD
      • Highest levels of activity in Aberdeenshire, North Lanarkshire, West Dunbartonshire and Western Isles
      • Concentration of focus:
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording, reporting
      • 3.1 inclusion
    • Personal CPD
      • Highest levels of activity in Aberdeenshire, West Dunbartonshire and Western Isles
      • Conc entration of focus:
      • 1.1.1 knowledge and understanding of curriculum
      • 2.1.3 strategies and resources
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording and reporting
      • 3.2 taking responsibility for professional learning and development
    • Overall CPD
      • Highest concentration of focuses:
      • 2.1.3 strategies and resources
      • 2.3.1 assessment, recording and reporting
      • 3.1 inclusion
    • Quality Assurance
      • Impressively consistent graphs showing:
      • frequency of supporter meetings
      • average number of observed sessions
      • CPD activities
    • Quality Assurance
      • Supporter Meetings- max. P 9 LAs over 20 (28)
      • S 7 LAs over 30 (42)
      • Observed Sessions – max. P 10; S 8
      • CPD LA – max. P 29; S 26
      • CPD School - max . P 69; S 121
      • CPD Personal - max. P 195;S 120
    • Quality Assurance
      • Supporter meetings P = S +
      • Observed sessions P + S +
      • LA CPD P - S –
      • School CPD P - S –
      • Personal CPD P - S –
      • Reflects excellent support
    • Thanks
      • To
      • Patricia Morris
      • Project Researcher
    • Anna Muñoz Team Leader (PLD) Deferrals and Withdrawals
    • Deferral and Withdrawal Deferral: Temporary postponement of Teacher Induction Scheme Withdrawal: Coming out of TIS and either following Flexible Route or leaving teaching
    • Deferral
      • Involuntary
      • Voluntary
        • Pre-allocation
        • Post-allocation pre-commencement
        • Post-commencement liaise with LA
    • Deferrals
      • No competence issues
      • Local Authority support
      • Application to GTCS (form)
      • Evidence from LA/medical cert.
      • October holiday
      • Panel
      • Unsuccessful – Apply to appeals panel
      • Successful - LA marks profile as deferred
      • Probationer re-applies – re-allocated
      • New profile following year
      • Deferral is a fresh start (190 days) – no service credited
    • Withdrawals
      • Discussion with LA
      • Choose to follow Flexible Route OR
      • Leave teaching
      • Profile completed as far as possible
      • LA mark as withdrawal
      • Withdrawal - Service credited towards 270 days if profile is completed as far as possible