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1 Based on materials developed as part of Vital’s In-house Professional Development Partnership (IPDP) Subject to Open Government Licence Introduction to evaluating the impact of professional development activities Welcome Your facilitator is

2 Mins inWhat 0Welcome & Introductions 12Intended outcomes 14Why is evaluating CPD important? 19Who does the CPD impact on? 22Different approaches to evaluating CPD 24Self-assessment – how did you do? 29How can your school move forward? 45How to evaluate a workshop 71Review, questions and next steps >Schedule 2

3 >Intended outcomes By the end of the module you should: >understand why evaluating the impact of professional development is so important >have identified a number of approaches to evaluating impact >be better able to evaluate the impact of professional development that you have planned and implemented in your institution 3

4 >Why is evaluating CPD important? 4 Risks of not evaluating CPDBenefits of evaluating CPD

5 >Most challenging group? 5 Which group?Option The individual (who undertook the CPD) A The institutionB The pupilsC

6 >Getting an overview of the approaches to evaluating CPD 6 SimilaritiesDifferences

7 7 LevelEmergingEstablishingEnhancing 1Participants’ Reactions 2Participants’ Learning 3Organisational Support and Change 4Participants’ Use of New Knowledge and Skills 5Student Learning Outcomes

8 8 Level 3 Organisational Support and Change Emerging Establishing Enhancing

9 9 Level 4 Participant us of new knowledge and skills Emerging Establishing Enhancing

10 10 Level 5 Pupil learning outcomes Emerging Establishing Enhancing

11 LevelPage number 1 Participants’ Reactions page=184 2 Participants’ Learning page=187 3 Organisational Support and Change page=190 4 Participant’s Use of New Knowledge and Skills page=193 5 Student Learning Outcomes page=196 Summary: Evaluation of the impact of CPD page=198 11

12 >Planning to evaluate a workshop (Activity Pre-5) 12

13 13 Level 1 Participants’ reaction What outcomes will be addressed? What evidence needs to be collected? What will it measure or assess? When will it be collected? How will it be used?

14 14 Level 2 Participants’ learning What outcomes will be addressed? What evidence needs to be collected? What will it measure or assess? When will it be collected? How will it be used?

15 15 Level 3 Organisational support and change What outcomes will be addressed? What evidence needs to be collected? What will it measure or assess? When will it be collected? How will it be used?

16 16 Level 4 Participants’ use of new knowledge and skills What outcomes will be addressed? What evidence needs to be collected? What will it measure or assess? When will it be collected? How will it be used?

17 17 Level 5 Pupil learning outcomes What outcomes will be addressed? What evidence needs to be collected? What will it measure or assess? When will it be collected? How will it be used?

18 >Intended outcomes By the end of the module you should: >understand why evaluating the impact of professional development is so important >have identified a number of approaches to evaluating impact >be better able to evaluate the impact of professional development that you have planned and implemented in your institution 18

19 Based on materials developed as part of Vital’s In-house Professional Development Partnership (IPDP) Subject to Open Government Licence Questions and next steps


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