Like any journey, it is important to have a map, a visual tool to help summarise and visualise the journey from where you are at this moment in time to your destination. Learning, the inner educational journey that takes place in schools, is made explicit and mapped out through lesson plans, schemes of work, long-term plans or programmes of study and curriculum maps. These documents are the very foundation of learning in the classroom and as such are the bedrock of progress.
Drawing on current research and two decades of experience leading the curriculum in schools, author of “Progress Plain and Simple”, Michael Harpham takes you through the construction of an outstanding curriculum map, scheme of work and long term plan, so that your pupils’ progress over time is not just a wishful hope, but a concrete reality. Using wide-ranging examples to inform this session, it provides both a thought-provoking and practical session for school leaders and teachers on leading progress over time.
The purpose and importance of leading and securing progress over time
Developing skills and knowledge
Developing independent learning
Formative & summative assessment
Programmes of study / Long-term plans
Schemes of work
Monitoring and tracking progress over time
Evidencing progress over time
Evaluating progress over time
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