Presentation on theme: "TAFE NSW Teacher Advisory and Assessment Scheme Policy Training Assessment Activity – TAA2 Action Plan Suitable for Advisor / Assessor – ( Institute Representative."— Presentation transcript:
TAFE NSW Teacher Advisory and Assessment Scheme Policy Training Assessment Activity – TAA2 Action Plan Suitable for Advisor / Assessor – ( Institute Representative and Discipline Expert) and Organising Manager and Reviewing Manager
Ambition in Action Gerard Kell Institute Teacher Education Coordinator Annette Leverett Learning and Innovation Assessment Activity – TAA Action Plan For support to complete this part of the assessment please contact Learning and Innovation Unit or refer to resources located on myLearning at:
Ambition in Action Attending a workshop and completing the associated activities, will allow senior staff to meet the mandatory TAA Scheme Policy training requirements to fulfil their obligations as Advisors, Assessors, Discipline Experts, Institute Representatives, Organising Managers and Reviewing Managers. Activity Information can be found at: Accreditation
Ambition in Action Purpose Completion of this Assessment Activity is necessary to finalise accreditation as a TAA Advisor and/or Assessor
Ambition in Action Aims Advisers and Assessors develop a TAA2 Action Plan and obtain feed back.
Ambition in Action Assessment Tasks Using the information in the following Case Study prepare an appropriate TAA2 Action plan. Return the Action Plan to Learning and Innovation Unit Supporting resources and blank Action Plans are available at:
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan CASE STUDY Garry – new Teacher of Building Qualifications: TAFE Diploma in Building Bachelor Vocational Education and Training Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Industry Experience: 20 years as an licensed builder
Ambition in Action TAA2 – Satisfactory Performance Teaching competence, Subject knowledge, Relationships with students Relationships with colleagues Educational and administrative involvement
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan Assessment Case Study Using the comments made by his Assessors on strengths and weaknesses from his recent TAA2 observation, develop a realistic action plan for professional and career development. Gary Teacher of Building Studies TAFE Diploma in Building a Bachelor of Vocational Education and Training as well as a Certificate IV Training and Assessment Garry is a highly motivated new teacher whose energy and enthusiasm has been infectious. Garry has excellent technical knowledge in his specialised area and he does not hesitate to assist other teachers if requested.
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan The following are Comments on Strengths and Weaknesses. Garry’s Head Teacher has noted that since his arrival the other members of staff have been more enthusiastic about their work. Garry’s lesson was lively and interesting to students. He uses a variety of teaching strategies which include the students
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan The following are Comments on Strengths and Weaknesses. Garry related the theory of the subjects to the practical application and his practical demonstrations maintain the students’ interest. During the observation 3 students arrived late His mobile phone rang several times during the observation
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan The following are Comments on Strengths and Weaknesses. His lesson plan clearly set out the content with well defined objectives. His resources are easy to read and appropriate. He utilised the computers available in the room
Ambition in Action TAA2 Action Plan The following are Comments on Strengths and Weaknesses. His Head Teacher says he always inputs data into CLAMS Garry feels that he is limited in the areas he can teach because in his words “I’m too specialised”. His Head Teacher says he is restricted in the subjects he will ask Garry to teach as they both acknowledge that he needs to broaden his technical knowledge and experience outside of his area of specialisation.
Ambition in Action TAA1 Action Plan The following are Comments on Strengths and Weaknesses. Sharon’s keeps a lot of administrative material such as attendance records and assignment results in a folder. In the post observation meeting he indicated that he wanted to do use more web based resources and integrate mobile technology into his delivery and assessment practices and that he wanted eventually be a Head teacher
Ambition in Action Accreditation A Statement of Completion will be issued following your attendance at a workshop and completing the associated activities. Your accreditation as a TAA Advisor / Assessor extends to 5 years from completion of the mandatory training. Please submit your completed TAA1 Action Plan to Learning and Innovation.
For more information please visit myLearning Teacher Education Programs TAA Scheme Policy Training Prepared by Gerard Kell and Annette Leverett