Presentation on theme: "Assessment of the Cross-curricular Skills INSET Principals Information Seminars November 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Assessment of the Cross-curricular Skills INSET Principals Information Seminars November 2010
Principals and Senior Managers will: - be aware of current information from DE regarding the incoming Assessment Arrangements; - be aware of the timescales for implementation and the programme of training and support; - be aware of the proposed model; - see a taster of Module 2 (online); and - receive some information on Module 3.
Overview 1. Introduction: Background and Legislation 2. Assessment Arrangements 3. Management and Scenarios 4. Online Course Information 5. Questions 6. Evaluation
Background and Legislation Education (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 DE Circular: 2010/05 DE Letter: 17 September 2010 The Education (Pupil Reporting) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2009 The Education (Levels of Progression for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3)(Transitional) Order (Northern Ireland) 2010
Other Key Documents Every School a Good School Teaching: the Reflective Profession Effective Use of Data Together Towards Improvement
Every School a Good School: A Policy for School Improvement (Department of Education, 2009) Broader Context
Longer term targets for improving educational outcomes (Department of Education, 2009)
Broader Context Together Towards Improvement: A Process for Self-Evaluation (ETI, 2010) The Quality Indicators
A s you are listening to the presentation today, please consider: your stage of readiness for the introduction of the statutory assessment arrangements starting in 2012/13; how you will begin to incorporate the implications of today in your School Development Plan.
Quality Assuring Assessment Outcomes Moderation … a robust model of moderated teacher- assessment that: a. recognises the primacy and professionalism of teachers; and b. provides consistency and rigour. (Department of Education, May 2010)
Characteristics of Moderation Rolling programme commencing 2012/2013 Guidance and support materials CCEA Assessment Tasks Tasks embedded in ongoing learning and teaching Possibility of accredited schools
Module 1 Format: Face-to-face Training What:Introduction to the course/Accessing Module 2 How: 1 day for up to 2 teachers (e.g. Assessment Coordinator + AN Other); and Teacher Release available
Module 2 Format: Online Training What:Levels of Progression (Communication and Using Mathematics) and supporting materials How:All teaching staff Up to eight hours learning time Up to four weeks to complete Reflection/discussion activities Must be completed before Module 3 Irish Medium Version
Module 3 Format: Face-to-face Training What:Application of Levels of Progression (Communication and Using Mathematics) How:For all teaching staff, in school or in a cluster To be completed on a Staff Development Day Irish Medium Training SLD tailored provision
Support INSET Ring binder Frequently Asked Questions Forum Exemplification Database -including Assessment Tasks Helpdesk:Telephone 028 9026 1252 Email firstname.lastname@example.org