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  • MHF / ASK Middle Leaders’ Development Session Two: Evaluation We’re going to look at workload, strategic evaluation, action planning and SWOT
  • being the arbiter deciding groups dealing with of standards lesson preparation behavioural reports issues marking teaching monitoring student progress role as form tutor Workload maintain policies additional responsibilities in school managing staff in department meetings writing schemes training of learning managing resources exam entries monitoring lessons contacting parents
  • Dealing with daily activities. Reactive. Short-term.
  • Planner. Able to plan work to manage workload and avoid crisis. Medium-term. Dealing with daily activities. Reactive. Short-term.
  • Looking strategically at ways to improve. Innovative. Long-term. Planner. Able to plan work to manage workload and avoid crisis. Medium-term. Dealing with daily activities. Reactive. Short-term.
  • 70% short-term 20% medium-term 10% long-term How can we plan to work in all 3 areas? 40 hour week = 28 hours direct teaching = 8 hours (including marking / planning / monitoring day-to-day) = 4 hours strategic (policies, strategies) over 40 weeks should be 160 hours strategic work (6.5 whole days!) - is this happening?
  • Strategic Activities? drafting, implementing and evaluating cross-functional decisions that enable the achievement of long-term objectives Federation Development Plan 21st Century Skills-based Curriculum Your Department’s Development
  • Strengths Weaknesses SWOT Analysis Opportunities Threats
  • Helpful Harmful to achieving the objective to achieving the objective Internal (attributes of teacher/ strengths weaknesses department/school) External (attributes of teacher/ opportunities threats department/school)
  • How can we use the strengths?
  • How can we stop the weaknesses?
  • How can we exploit the opportunities?
  • How can we defend against the threats?
  • Create a SWOT analysis of your department using Ingenhia, Mindmeister or treeware (paper). mhfederation.mindmeister.com bit.ly/a3sL5R Also, add any SWOT items to the collective view of middle leadership in the Federation in the shared Mindmeister map
  • Action Plans Action Plans (strategic action) should contain the following: Name of the strategy. Outcomes: benefits to be expected from implementing this program. Actions: what will be done? Responsibilities: Who will be in charge of the action? Timing: When will it start? When will it be completed? Location(s)/Student(s): Where? Which students? Resources: staff, money, information, other resources? Quality Assurance: How will progress be measured and reported? Rewards: if any. Contingency Plans: What will be done if results fall short?
  • Evaluate Are the required resources available? What risks or bad side effects are involved? Is there a better way of achieving the selected objective? Do different Action Plans work together? Should this Action Plan be implemented? If yes, when?
  • Next Week: Quality Assurance