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Ofsted: Outstanding Teaching and Learning
Wed 22 March 2017, 13:30 – 17:00 GMT
This workshop will equip those attending with an excellent understanding of what outstanding teaching, learning and assessment looks, feels and sounds like at a Grade 1 training provider. Drawing on the experience of Dawn Hodge Associates, delegates will gather learning that can be contextualised to their own organisation through participative tasks. The masterclass will cover:
The use of the term ‘Outstanding’ and how it can be measured
Ways to identify outstanding practice
Continuous professional learning strategies that work, including coaching and communities of practice
Empowering instructors and tutors to take control of their own curriculum planning
Ways to encourage risk taking and experimentation in teaching and learning activities to encourage innovative thinking
When and where?
Time/date: 2pm (registration from 1.30pm), Wednesday 22 March
Venue: PWC, 121 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 2LE
Who should attend?
Chief Executives, Nominees / Deputy Nominees, Vice-Principals, Heads of Faculty, senior Managers
Caroline Murphy is Managing Director of DH Associates and has worked in the learning and development sector for 23 years, joining DH Associates in 2004. She led DH Associates in their most recent Ofsted inspection under the new standards and in their first inspection in 2010 - both inspections resulted in a grade of Outstanding in all areas.
Caroline specialises in the delivery of learning to the Care Sector, assisting DH Associates to be shortlisted for the Skills for Care Accolade Best Provider of Learning and Development in 2007, 2014 and 2016. DH Associates went on the win the accolade in 2007 and 2016. Her prior roles were managing learning and development in a local authority. Her professional background is in social work.
Jacquie Williams is Team Manager DH Associates. Jacquie Williams has worked at DH Associates for 9 years. Jacquie has been part of Ofsted Inspection in an assessor role and team manager role.