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Presentation used to demonstrate a teacher needs based approach to college improvement.

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  • Use of data measures college improvement but it doesn't make it happen.
  • College improvement is driven by staff – teachers are the agents of improvement
  • Far too much of what goes on in schools is top down, teachers need the space to form bottom up approaches that work for our specific college needs
  • There is a significant difference between sharing practice and developing practice. Teachers should be ab
  • Teachers should be able to work within a supportive structure that gives them the time and space to improve their own practice
  • Developing your practice needs to be personalised to your specific needsOnly you know what you development needs are!

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  • College Improvement meetings
  • Join a T + L focus group
    Share
    progress in focus group
    Showcase practice development with peers
    Receive training and development
    Share progress within focus group
  • College Improvement Meetings
    Use of data measures college improvement but it doesn't make it happen.
    College improvement is driven by staff – teachers are the agents of improvement
    Far too much of what goes on in schools is top down, teachers need the space to form bottom up approaches that work for our specific college needs
    There is a significant difference between sharing practice and developing practice.
    Teachers should be able to work within a supportive structure that gives them the time and space to improve their own practice
    Developing your practice needs to be personalised to your specific needs
    Only you know what your development needs are!