Understanding the 3I’s within science education .. (Part of the Deconstructed December Conference) RH298 / C43
Dawn Platt [Director of Science, Performance and Review for Shaw Education Trust]
Dawn has a rich experience of leading science across secondary schools and now works for a multi academy trust in which she supports school science. Dawn also undertakes inspection activity.
The Ofstead framework introduced in September 2019 requires science leaders to have a clear curriculum vision for the subject, and be able to implement it effectively using Ofstead 3Is (Intent, Implementation and Impact). The session will help identify strengths and weaknesses in your current curriculum provision – to make sure that it is coherent, well sequenced , and taking into consideration the key concepts, in order to have the best impact on the students.
Who is the course leader?
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- clarify the importance of, and approach to curriculum in the 2019 Ofsted framework
- develop the intent of your science curriculum – its sense of purpose in improving students’ knowledge and skills
- improve the implementation of your science curriculum – focusing on the key considerations when implementing what was intended
- clarify where and how the impact of your implemented science curriculum could be evidenced – and be better prepared for an inspection
|Secondary bespoke support||08 December 2021||16:00-17:00||Virtual|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£30.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£50.00 +VAT|
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