C.1.3.1 stanmore college

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  • Not really my remit but you might need to explain that we have the unique position in that our tutors do not teach on the first slide.Do you mean Sharing details of issues so that they can be addressed by the right person?
  • What is ePaceePace is a simple online assessment for children aged 7 to 17 years, the results of which are used to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses in a range of skills and abilities essential for learning. ePace examines how well each child can process, retain and recall information, helping teachers to understand learning of students. This is achieved through using assessments that test auditory memory, visual memory, listening , literacy, mental speed, decision- making, emotional control, focus, impulse, control, hand-eye coordination and timing Results from each student’s assessment are fed into a unique class profile. This gives teachers an instant picture of the talents and challenges of every pupil. Understanding the learning profile of the whole class gives the teacher the ability to organise groups with similar skills accordingly which greatly enhances opportunities to teach and plan effective and gives teachers a real opportunity to practice personalised learning in the classroom and reach every pupil. ePace highlights the underpinning abilities that affect learning; therefore providing an insight into the reasons why a pupil may be struggling or excelling in certain areas of learning. Very often the results from ePace give ‘the missing piece of the jigsaw’ and will help both teacher and pupil make sense of why there could be a barrier or challenge for effective learning. After the assessment, an ePace Profile is generated for the individual student and it gives feedback and advice on what they need to focus on. 
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  • 1. Stanmore CollegeSupporting learning with aPersonalised LearningEnvironment (PLE)
  • 2. Motivating learnersUnderstanding and supporting studentsMaking sure they know where they are and what they haveto do to make progressRegular reviews and checks on progress - Personal Tutors*Helping them address issues with their learningRecognising and celebrating success
  • 3. Using ePace as part of the college’s initialdiagnostics to identify and then support andchallenge for studentsIdentifying the support and extension needs instudentsImproving support and therefore retention, successand achievement rates
  • 4. ePace is a simple online assessment for children aged 7 to 17years, the results of which are used to evaluate the strengths andweaknesses in a range of skills and abilities essential for learning.ePace examines how well each child can process, retain andrecall information, helping teachers to understand learning ofstudents.This is achieved through using assessments that test auditorymemory, visual memory, listening , literacy, mental speed,decision- making, emotional control, focus, impulse, control,hand-eye coordination and timing.
  • 5. Jayesh PatelAmanda SmithShiv ShahBharat HassimJulia BanksDerek BrownLearner Assessment Record (LAR)
  • 6. LAR by Class & Added Value
  • 7. Attendance data: issues
  • 8. Students will receive 10 e-points on a termly basis for 100% attendanceand punctuality (up to three late marks will be ignored)Every student in this category will be entered for a termly prize draw100% attendance and punctuality over a whole year will be rewarded witha special certificate and a voucher for £25Rewards!
  • 9. Motivating Staff
  • 10. ? IDEA ?20(Stanmore)e-Pointscould be thecriteria tomotivatestudent with£? and aStanmoreOpen Badge?