Day 1 of 2 Assessment across the wider curriculum with Chris Quigley and L.E.A.D Academy Trust RK198 / A249
This course outlines how senior leaders can improve the quality of assessment in Foundation Subjects by using the curriculum as a progression model.
The curriculum as a progression model
Common approaches to assessment include the labelling (emerging, expected, exceeding) of attainment or it's quantification (3 points of progress). This quantitative approach to assessment has very little value beyond national evaluations. Chris will present the case for demonstrate how schools can create a qualitative progression model. He will also show how such a model gives schools genuine evidence of student progress.
- How to clearly define learning and progress
- Threshold concepts
- Broad curriculum goals
- Unpacking curriculum goals with specific knowledge
- How to create Portrayal of Progress (POP) Tasks
- The difference between curriculum goals and the route to them.
Gap Task: Create POP Tasks
Chris Quigley - Facilitator
Chris Quigley is a specialist in primary education. He has been a Teacher, Head Teacher, Lead Inspector and Trainer of School Inspectors. He is best known for his inspiring talks and his clear, easy to use support materials. He is also a publisher and a director of Chris Quigley Education, where he leads a team of specialists in delivery inspirational training and talks all over the world.
Who is the course leader?
We can develop an affordable bespoke CPD event which is delivered locally to you for:
- individuals such as: subject leaders, coordinators, heads of departments
- a team/whole department
- a network of schools/groups
- multi-academy trusts
- initial teacher education
|Assessment across the wider curriculum||12 October 2023||09:30-15:00||Virtual|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£67.50 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£67.50 +VAT|
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