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Module 3 Leading T&L

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Module 3 Leading T&L

  1. 1. Leading Teaching & Learning
  2. 2. Module 3 Learning Objectives• Understand:• The importance of vision: ‘Where are you heading to?’• The power of shared ownership• Identify:• Strategies for beginning to ‘close the gap’• Ways to reduce inconsistency leading to less variability in your areas
  3. 3. ‘Visioning:’ imagine aworld in which there are norestraints.Create a visualisation of thearea that you areresponsible for – what will itlook like in 3 years?
  4. 4. What is our learning vision? How to create a consensus? How to ensure application of principles? How to ensure common understanding? How to monitor application of aspiration to experience?Group task: (Governor meets Headteacher & SLT members)Present your learning vision and methodology for turningaspiration into experience to the Governors of our school.
  5. 5. Variability of standards in the UK
  6. 6. Do you recognise the issue of inconsistency in your own school and setting? Discuss
  7. 7. The power ofshared ownership
  8. 8. Shared understanding of principles underpinning effective T&L • None of us would trust a doctor who had limited knowledge of human physiology, a pilot who was not aware of the basic laws of physics! • Teachers must be able to root their teaching strategies in models of effective learning. • It is the responsibility of middle leaders to ensure that this understanding is shared and then applied consistently. • THINK TANK: How could Middle Leaders promote / establish / activate professional learning in their areas of responsibility?
  9. 9. How do we reduce variability and achieve consistency?
  10. 10. Definition: Clearly defined starting point (point of departure)from where implementation begins, improvement is judged,or comparison is made. (Do you know?)Definition: Not able to be bought, sold, exchanged,transfered or open to negotiation. (What are they?)Definition: The achievement of something that does not varygreatly in quality over time. (What does it look like for you?)
  11. 11. Definition: Clearly defined starting point (point of departure)from where implementation begins, improvement is judged,or comparison is made. (Do you know?)Task: How could you baseline the quality of T&L in yourarea?Bonus: How could you establish this?Definition: Not able to be bought, sold, exchanged,transfered or open to negotiation. (What are they?)Task: What are the non-negotiables in your area?Bonus: How could you establish this?Definition: The achievement of something that does not varygreatly in quality over time. (What does it look like for you?)Task: What does the potentially outstanding look like in yourarea?Bonus: How could you establish this?
  12. 12. Further strategies for closing the gapP.24 & 25: JWB MLDP materials
  13. 13. What is our learning vision? How to create a consensus? How to ensure application of principles? How to ensure common understanding? How to monitor application of aspiration (desired) to experience (reality)?Group task: (Governor meets Headteacher & SLT members)Present your learning vision and methodology for turningaspiration into experience to the Governors of our school.
  14. 14. Your questions answeredThe questions wall
  15. 15. Reflection TimeConsider todays learning intentionsWhat have I learned?What will I take away and blog from todays learning?What one thing will I do differently back at school tomorrow?
  16. 16. Next steps.... •Blog •Mod 2 & 3 reflectionswith coach •Initiate LeadershipChallenge •Complete/reflect on360 •Book Tues 17 April • Read aroundModule 4 •Enjoy the Easterholiday!
  17. 17. And finally...Safe journeyhome and have agood evening!•  

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