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Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
Session 2    Anne  Punter    University Of  Hertfordshire
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Session 2 Anne Punter University Of Hertfordshire

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  1. LEADING LITERACY SCHOOLS : A MODEL OF ITT PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE 25TH JUNE 2009 Dr Anne Punter, Head of ITT
  2. EFFECTIVENESS • Clear focus on a national priority. • Swift start because clear objectives. • Nationally coordinated. • Teachers elevated as the experts in their own contexts : very empowering. • Schools preferred HEIs to take a lead in the management. • Evaluation report : comprehensive national picture.
  3. EFFICIENCY 10 schools X £900 each  • 200 trainees gaining access to expert modelling in the classroom. • Filming allows even more trainees to see good practice. • All the money was spent on supporting the trainees’ learning by funding school and UH time (no funding ‘wasted’ on planning/orientation meetings and report writing.) • Simple funding model : easy to administer. 3 June 2009
  4. POSITIVE IMPACT Evaluations from schools : – “Enjoyed having trainees.” – “Provided a direct opportunity for trainees to develop a wider range of teaching strategies for placement.” – “ Small group discussion and time for reflection after the observations of teaching were invaluable.” – “Lots of useful questions asked.”
  5. POSITIVE IMPACT Evaluations from trainees : – “What was observed could be used to inform future planning and teaching.” – “Reinforced and consolidated a good range of teaching strategies learned at UH.” – “Saw theory put into practice.” – “Lots of ideas for activities and resources.” – “Saw the importance of reading in a cross- curricular context.”
  6. POSITIVE IMPACT Programme improvements: – Integration of LLS visits with taught programme : a ‘thin sandwich’ model of training. – M level assignments (PGCE) on the Teaching of Reading. – LMS NEXT??
  7. POSITIVE IMPACT Evaluations from Ofsted : – HMI visit on Teaching of Reading : evidence of enhancement of provision. – SED : evidence.
  8. SUSTAINABILITY Funding for a further year allows schools and providers to: – embed the systems. – use again the plans and templates designed for observing and deconstructing practice. – enhance the provision. – extend access to more trainees.

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