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     National standards presentation 2010 National standards presentation 2010 Presentation Transcript

      • IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL STANDARDS
      Presentation to Principals at University of Waikato Malene Russell Assistant Principal Cockle Bay School OTHER REPORTS on ULTRANET (ALL YEAR) END OF YEAR SUMMARY REPORT (DECEMBER) MID-YEAR PROGRESS REPORT (JUNE) OPTIONAL PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE (JUNE) PUPIL PROGRESS PRESENTATIONS (JUNE) REPORTING TO PARENTS PARENT/TEACHER MEETINGS (FEBRUARY)
    • IMPLEMENTING NATIONAL STANDARDS
      • Introduction
      • Cockle Bay School Approach to National Standards
      • Implementation Plan
      • Links from National Standards to CBS Curriculum
      • What the National Standards mean for us
      • Reporting to Parents
      • Where to next
      • Questions
    • COCKLE BAY SCHOOL APPROACH TO NATIONAL STANDARDS Graeme Lomas
    • IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
      • November
      • National Standards distributed to schools
      • Refinements to Reading, Writing & Maths grids begins
      • National Standards incorporated into Year 1 end of year report as trial
      • Feedback requested
      • 2009
      • Analysis of Draft Standards
      • Translation into table form for discussion with staff
      • Draft progress grids developed for Reading, Writing & Maths
      • July
      • Grids utilised by pupils in mid-year PPPs
      • Parent feedback on PPPs & draft National Standards grids
    • 2010 National Standards Come into Effect
      • March
      • Staff Meeting - Self Review Tool
      • Ministry Workshop for Senior Leaders
      • Reporting to Board Implementing National Standards
      • Parent Consultation Meetings begin Information about National Standards (25 March 2pm)
      • February
      • Teacher Only Day - Staff discussion - What will the National Standards Mean to us?
      • Parent Meeting re: School Year, National Standards, Homework Policies, etc
      • Presentation added to website
      • Revision of grids,mid year reports and writing and reading goals in line with amended National Standards continues
    • 2010 National Standards Come into Effect
      • Parent Meeting No.2 explanation of grids, goals and reporting in relation to National Standards
      • School website to have up to date information on National Standards
      • Include Assessment portal on LMS system
      • May
      • Selected parent group to provide feedback on revised grids and mid year reports
      • Work with staff to ensure National Standards are understood to be part of teaching and learning
      • Discussions with School Councillors and classes on Our Learning Journey so students know where National Standards fit with their learning
    • 2010 National Standards Come into Effect
      • August
      • Parent Meeting 3 -Feedback on PPPs, National Standards questions, reports, discuss further workshops
      • Ongoing
      • E-portfolios
      • Trial individual grids and goals on LMS (Ultranet)
      • Evidence of learning – staff and student input
      • June
      • Standards incorporated into all PPPs, interviews & written mid year reports
      • Senior Leaders to day 2 of M.O.E Course
      • July/August
      • Revise end of year reports
    • LINKS FROM NATIONAL STANDARDS TO CBS CURRICULUM
      • SAME, SAME, ONLY DIFFERENT
      • Looked at the structure we already had
      • Amended the documents so they still looked similar to what we had before
    • LINKS FROM NATIONAL STANDARDS TO CBS CURRICULUM
      • Structure - what we had before
      • Now - comes from National Standards ministry booklets
      • National Standards summaries for Writing , Reading and Mathematics are in the CBS Curriculum Delivery Plan
      • Used for quick teacher reference (big picture across year levels)
    • National Standards Reading Summary
      • CBS Progress grids in individual student books - align NS curriculum levels to years at school
      • Show progress over time
      • Have ‘best fit’ explanation at top
      • On website
      • Individual grids on LMS (Ultranet e-portfolio) - online reporting updated 6 monthly
      LINKS FROM NATIONAL STANDARDS TO CBS CURRICULUM
    • Writing Progress at Cockle Bay School
    • Reading Progress at Cockle Bay School
    • Mathematics Progress at Cockle Bay School
      • Reading, writing and Maths goal sheets with small steps in books
      • Align with National Standards, Literacy Progressions, Numeracy Project, Maths curric.
      • To inform class, group or individual ‘next steps’
      • Use in moderation
      • Students to share achievements and goals with parents according to their level of learning not necessarily their year group
      LINKS FROM NATIONAL STANDARDS TO CBS CURRICULUM
    • Writing and Reading Goals
    • TEACHING AND MODERATION SUPPORT
    • REPORTING TO PARENTS OTHER REPORTS on ULTRANET (ALL YEAR) END OF YEAR SUMMARY REPORT (DECEMBER) MID-YEAR PROGRESS REPORT (JUNE) OPTIONAL PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE (JUNE) PUPIL PROGRESS PRESENTATIONS (JUNE) REPORTING TO PARENTS PARENT/TEACHER MEETINGS (FEBRUARY)
    • REPORTING TO PARENTS
      • RATIONALE
      • Reporting to parents requires informing parents as to the progress, achievements, strengths and/or weaknesses of their child in a format which is clear, simple and direct.
    • REPORTING TO PARENTS
      • PURPOSES
      • To keep parents informed of their child's development and learning against National and School Standards and expectations
      • To foster co-operation and a partnership between parents and teachers
      • To empower pupils by ensuring that they understand and can discuss their learning and next step learning with their parents
      • To encourage parents to become actively involved in their child’s learning and provide assistance so that they may support their child’s learning at home
      • To keep teachers informed of parental concerns about their child
      • To help parents become actively involved in their child's learning
      • GUIDELINES
      • 1. Reporting to parents must be seen as an integral part of the total assessment/evaluation process and always focused on improving educational outcomes for students.
      • 2. It must be regular, transparent, relevant and open.
      • 3. It will be based on concrete data/evidence and effective formative assessment.
      • 4. Reporting at Cockle Bay School will follow the following format, with each component being seen as part of the total ‘package’.
      REPORTING TO PARENTS
    •  
    • REPORTS
      • Mid and end of year include National Standards comparisons
      • Mid year are part of PPP so use goals as next steps in learning
      • End of year - celebrate achievement, show goals for next steps
    • SAME, SAME, ONLY DIFFERENT
      • Managing change
      • Sometimes we can be too protective - “nothing has changed at our school, we haven’t done any work on…….”
      • Assessing against the National Standards
    • ASSESSING AGAINST NATIONAL STANDARDS
      • Using a ‘best fit model’
      • Building teacher knowledge of a variety of meaningful assessments
      • Multiple sources of evidence collected over time to inform judgment
      • Supporting students to show evidence
      • Moderation across and between teams
    • ASSESSING AGAINST NATIONAL STANDARDS
      • Realistic expectations to enhance attitude to learning and motivate students to take on new challenges
      • Students to take more ownership of their learning
      • Indicate where students require extra support or extension
      • Use to guide specific instruction
    • WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR US?
      • Our assessment and moderation processes need to be sound
      • OTJ - Overall Teacher Judgements need to be robust and consistent
      • Continue to use self review processes and tools to identify teachers’ professional strengths and learning needs
      • Evaluate our classroom programmes and support teachers in their teaching
    • IT’S ALL ABOUT THE LEARNING!
      • We have all the components
      • Pull them all together
      • Ensure children understand the journey and how national Standards are the signposts
      • Ensure children have more input into their journey
    • WHAT WE WILL DO
      • Explicitly teach the gaps that the standards identify
      • Continue to inform students so they know how well they are achieving and what they need to do to improve their learning
      • Continue to celebrate growth in student achievement
      • Communicate effectively with students and parents on National Standards and next learning steps
    • STOP TALKING ABOUT NATIONAL STANDARDS AND TALK ABOUT THEIR LEARNING JOURNEY AGAIN!
      • A teacher’s throw away comment
      • Use the National Standards to guide instruction and ongoing seamless learning
      • Ongoing professional learning to improve effectiv teaching practice
      • PROFESSIONAL LEARNING MODULES TO SUPPORT THE STANDARDS
      • QUESTIONS