Are able to progress into employment or further study, and their qualifications hold their value over time. All students, from all backgrounds, and with the ability and desire to undertake higher education: Immediately underpinning these, and interacting with one another, are the A and B conditions. Our rights, our ranking, and reach by @TeacherToolkit Ltd. This question can be approached in many ways, but it is likely that most of the approaches would, in some way or another, include teachers. 55 OfS, ‘Executive summary: Consultation on regulating quality and standards’, November 2020 (available at www.officeforstudents.org.uk/publications/consultation-on-regulating-quality-and-standards-in-higher-education/), p2. Yet it provided greater flexibility for students, and has the potential to be more inclusive if the right infrastructure is in place. Are supported to access, succeed in, and progress from, higher education. Or on my own terms and in my time? In response to the statement ‘I have been able to access the resources I need to work independently’, 27 per cent of respondents strongly agreed, 40 per cent slightly agreed, 10 per cent neither agreed nor disagreed, 13 per cent slightly disagreed, 9 per cent strongly disagreed, and 1 per cent said it was not applicable. Students have faced significant disruption. That is why their engagement in the policy and planning process is critical. A growing body of research has found that school facilities can have a profound impact on both teacher and student outcomes. See OfS, ‘“Digital poverty” risks leaving students behind’, September 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/press-and-media/digital-poverty-risks-leaving-students-behind/). Given the global challenges that the teaching profession is facing, such as using standardized testing to gauge teaching standards, EI considers that teaching professionals and their organisations should lead the debate about what quality and excellence are in teaching. Some caught coronavirus; others needed to self-isolate; many were unable to move from their term-time accommodation, or were less able to access and effectively participate in remote learning. Teachers are very busy and the default role and responsibility of their day-to-day job finds them with very little time to observe for professional development (not appraisal). The current TEF looks at the learning environment and the educational and professional outcomes achieved by students, as well as the quality of teaching, and has demonstrated its value in focusing attention on these issues across the higher education sector. If you want more about learning needs just drop me a request via twitter @aced and i’ll point you in the direction of a great deal of resources. “What do you mean, you want to look elsewhere! In 2018-19, 29.1 per cent of students were awarded a first. As most higher education providers did not provide significant volumes of remote teaching, much of the early work was aimed at ensuring that teaching could be provided online. We know that high-quality teaching and learning are among the most important things students expect from their degree. Conduct Meaningful Evaluations. Conclude our review of the NSS, and publish the findings. The outcome of this activity is explicitly stated as being ‘Improved learning and teaching throughout the school and nursery’, giving a clear focus on impact. When you work out how much time this is, it works out to be the equivalent of 30-40 periods in a single week (over 38 weeks of the academic year). QFT includes differentiated learning, strategies to support SEN pupils’ learning in class, on-going formative assessment and many others. But how often did I have the chance to observe colleagues outside of my department? I am always surprised to speak with colleagues who say they have never observed another colleague. 57 OfS, ‘National Student Survey – NSS’, October 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/student-information-and-data/national-student-survey-nss/get-the-nss-data/). The nature of design technology departments require teachers to frequently share rooms and/or borrow resources. Requiring a minimum level of outcomes for students from all backgrounds will remain a central part of our regulatory approach. We expect to have completed the review by the end of 2021. This has led to rapid improvements in the quality of teaching … These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. It’s not the cost of any piece of equipment. In terms of offering teachers with a useful set of questions to ask themselves in observations and work sampling, here are some excellent suggestions by Mary Myatt. Quality and standards flow through all of our regulatory objectives. OfS analysis showed that the results had not been strongly impacted by the pandemic. With respect to students, school facilities affect health, behavior, engagement, learning, and growth in achievement. The OfS is committed to supporting improved quality of teaching and courses at the providers we have registered. The school is also a member of the CSC High-performing schools’ network for implementation of the LNF and is a designated Secondary Numeracy Specialist Centre. Defining assessment and continuous improvement strategies. In our quest to understand what makes higher education specific among other It does not represent a hierarchy in which compliance with some conditions is more important than compliance with others. We have weekly CPD after school on a Wednesday absolved by one period from the week. Mission, Vision & Objectives. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Defining standards to include new sector-recognised standards for the classifications awarded for undergraduate degrees. We also imposed post-registration requirements on a number of providers because we considered the risk of a future breach of one or more of the B conditions was increased. Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all. In 2019-2020, there could well be another increase in the number of firsts, as many providers adopted more flexible approaches to assessment arrangements because of the pandemic. We have worked closely with students, through multiple student workshops including a joint one with the National Union of Students, and we have also run a representative poll with students and a survey of students’ unions. Quality First Teaching is a style of teaching that emphasises high quality, inclusive teaching for all pupils in a class. Recognising the difficulties of delivering courses and assessments in the same way, in June we issued guidance to providers setting out our expectations that they should give all their students clear, accessible and transparent information about what they could expect.61, Students are consumers, and consumer protection law continued to apply throughout the disruption caused by the pandemic. Are pupils consolidating previous skills/knowledge or learning something new? This represents only a slight increase from 2017-18 when 28.9 per cent of students received a first, and a substantial slowing-down of the previous year-on-year increase.63. Since April 2018, we have made assessments of providers seeking registration in relation to the initial B conditions as part of the registration process. It will make recommendations for how universities can ensure that the lessons from delivering learning during this period are not lost. Figure 2 is a flow diagram showing the OfS's regulatory objectives and the conditions that underlie them. Seven themes such as feedback, explicit teaching and collaboration provide us with approaches for school improvement. The results of this research will be used to improve the quality of teaching and learning at the schools under review and provide policy makers with evidence based information to guide the development of policy in special education. Are pupils creative, do they show initiative? 50 Trendence UK, ‘Value for money: The student perspective’, March 2018 (available at www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/press-and-media/new-research-shines-spotlight-on-student-perceptions-of-value-for-money/), p16. But opting out of some of these cookies may affect your browsing experience. Setting out how we would use a range of approaches, including where necessary our investigatory powers, in our engagement with providers to incentivise compliance. This included teaching staff shifting to online lectures and seminars, librarians providing more materials online, and support staff moving to remote support. We do not bake their disadvantage into the regulatory system by setting lower minimum requirements for providers that typically recruit these types of students. My answer “By understanding and managing learning needs”. We expect to consult again on more detailed proposals early in 2021. In response to the statement ‘I have been satisfied with the quality of teaching on my course’, 15 per cent of respondents strongly agreed, 36 per cent slightly agreed, 12 per cent neither agreed nor disagreed, 22 per cent slightly disagreed, 12 per cent strongly disagreed, and 3 per cent said it was not applicable. i.e. During the pandemic, we continued with the National Student Survey (NSS) to ensure that student views continued to be heard. We expect to consult on our future approach to the TEF after the government has published Dame Shirley Pearce’s independent review of the TEF,58 and its response. Conversely, those providers performing below the minimum baseline are likely to experience significant regulatory attention, including the use of the OfS’s enforcement powers. If what you are doing supports the statement, do it and If not don’t do it. Figure 1 is a stacked bar chart showing students' perceptions of course delivery during the coronavirus lockdown. In the regulatory framework, we committed to addressing poor-quality provision (see Figure 2). More than two-thirds lacked access to a quiet study area. if they have one protected period per week to observe, do they spend the whole of that free period observing the entirety of another lesson, or can they move between, say, three different lessons. Following a consultation, we made a decision to amend the regulatory framework so that providers would be required to comply with ‘student protection directions’ issued by the OfS as a result of a new general ongoing condition of registration. Required fields are marked *. 56 OfS, ‘National Student Survey – NSS’, October 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/student-information-and-data/national-student-survey-nss/get-the-nss-data/). Nearly a fifth said their studies had been negatively affected by lack of access to a computer or tablet. Quality learning begins with teachers Teachers are at the frontlines of the movement to achieve quality education for all every single day. The OfS incentivises excellence in teaching and outcomes beyond the minimum regulatory baseline through the TEF. But we also need to recognise risks to quality and standards that arise from, for example, badly designed or delivered courses, or weakness in academic support, or digital poverty. Copyright ©2020. UNICEF about the state of teaching and learning in special education settings in Barbados. Many universities and colleges deliver on this challenge. The Srinagar district administration has decided on an ambitious project of turning 180 government-run schools into smart schools by equipping them with modern technology and learning tools. We expect universities and colleges to take all reasonable steps to improve access to higher education for the most disadvantaged, and to narrow the gaps between the outcomes achieved for these students and the most advantaged. The first stage of the review is exploring the unintended and unanticipated consequences of the NSS on providers’ behaviour, including whether it drives the lowering of academic standards and grade inflation, and how this could be prevented. Gulshan is an education consultant with experience of inspecting schools. Expressing some initial conditions that relate to quality and standards differently from equivalent ongoing conditions, to ensure our regulatory approach reflects the context for providers that may not yet have delivered higher education. We do not accept that students from underrepresented groups should be expected to accept lower quality and weaker outcomes than other students. I will report back on this area. Can pupils talk about what they are learning, as opposed to simply describing what they are doing? This website uses cookies to store information on your computer. 60 This is set out in further detail in Annex D of our consultation on regulating quality and standards in higher education. To date, we have refused registration to a number of providers because of concerns about quality. The NSS is an annual survey that captures students’ views on their courses. Defining quality and standards more clearly for the purpose of setting minimum baseline requirements. Setting increased, more challenging, numerical baselines for student outcomes that apply to each indicator and all providers. Active learning can best be described as a process when students engage with the material, participate in the class, and collaborate with each other as part of the learning process. This month, we are completing the final series of formal observations before we banish them under our current self-evaluation framework. The review is examining what worked, and what did not. How long do your teachers observe for? We have proposed that numerical baselines will not be adjusted to take account of differences in performance between demographic groups. So much so, that you are often in-and-out of each others classrooms, picking up small nuggets of information along the way …. Do they consistently produce work of a good standard? –. The NSS provides insights at a sector level through course-, subject- and provider-level results, including through TEF metrics. Education International believes that quality teaching is essential for quality learning. 15 mins observing; 30 minutes feedback. The cost is equivalent to a period in a teacher’s timetable. It should not require colleagues to receive ‘the third degree’ where development and the need for improvement does quite the opposite. jon.haines@ncl.ac.uk Best wishes, Jon. Teachers can discuss on different topics and find a better way of teaching. C: Protecting the interests of all students. 53 This provides a simple visual representation of the relationships between the areas we regulate through different groups of conditions. In November, we launched a consultation that made preliminary policy proposals about the minimum baseline requirements we set for higher education providers, and our approach to ensuring these requirements are met.55 The proposals include: The consultation is taking place at an early stage of our policy development. See OfS, ‘“Digital poverty” risks leaving students behind’, September 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/press-and-media/digital-poverty-risks-leaving-students-behind/). These cookies do not store any personal information. Considering high quality practice over time: You can find this resource on Myatt’s website. There are seven principles linked to quality assurance that will guide continuous improvement in a school, these are:-. The uncertainty relating to the delivery of teaching during this academic year means that our work as a regulator is more important than ever. The second stage will look more widely at the role of the NSS, including which questions should be asked to support regulation and student information across all four countries of the UK. Every body is given the time. 58 UK Government, ‘Teaching excellence framework: Independent review’ (https://www.gov.uk/government/groups/teaching-excellence-framework-independent-review). This survey suggests that a significant number of students had their access to remote education disrupted.52. Learn how your comment data is processed. of quality, the question of what quality in education is remains crucially pertinent. We are also completing our second work sampling and early findings suggest that diagnostic feedback is becoming more of a strength in classrooms around the school. If we are to realise continuous improvement in the quality of teaching and learning in our classrooms, schools and system we must build the capacity of our educators to meet these expectations. Thus, we should pay closer attention to all professionals that integrate the school organizations and act to potentialize the learning process of students as it is the case of operational assistants. Effective learning and teaching … Our proposals for this future consultation will likely be informed by these publications, and by findings from the OfS’s subject-level TEF pilots.59, We want to build on progress made through the TEF to date and develop a new version of the exercise that will further incentivise teaching excellence among universities and colleges. It appears that observational-experience can never be assumed, and it is highly probable that colleagues may never have been given the time to observe anyone else; including outside of their department and school. To examine the quality of teaching during the pandemic, the OfS’s chair recently launched a review of digital teaching and learning. We are interested in identifying those providers that represent the greatest risk to students – in other words, those that are performing below, or close to, the minimum baseline – and intervening to require improvement. All students are entitled to the same minimum level of quality. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. For the best experience please use a JavaScript enabled browser. 61 OfS, ‘Guidance for providers about student and consumer protection during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic’, June 2020 (available at https://www.officeforstudents.org.uk/publications/guidance-for-providers-about-student-and-consumer-protection-during-the-pandemic/). To improve quality at all levels of education by: Provision of an appropriate number of effective, qualified teachers, administrators and support staff in the education sector. Subsequently, we have reviewed the action plans produced by these providers and, for some of them, considered the outcomes of reviews by the designated quality body. The transition has not been universally smooth and successful: students’ experiences of the quality of their courses during lockdown have varied significantly. Members of the student panel have also been closely involved with the review. The review is ongoing and due to be published in spring 2021. The school is also a member of iNet and has hosted learning and teaching conferences. One of our roles is to ensure that qualifications hold their value over time. It appears that observational-experience can never be assumed, and it is highly probable that colleagues may never have been given the time to observe anyone else; including outside of their department and school. The overview includes the whole school community. Considering a provider’s performance at a more granular level, including performance at subject level, in courses delivered through partnerships, and for students studying outside the UK. With the access problem largely in the past, how do we ensure more quality in schools and classrooms? 59 OfS, ‘Subject-level pilots’, July 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/teaching/future-of-the-tef/subject-level-pilots/). Teaching and learning. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. How can schools improve the quality of teaching and learning? Is one protected period per week per teacher what you are aiming for? How can schools improve the quality of teaching and learning? Since April 2018, we have made assessments of providers seeking registration in relation to the initial B conditions as part of the registration process. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. B conditions: Quality, reliable standards and positive outcomes for all students. Genuinely think we could help further increase the impact of this approach AND save some of that £2k cost per teacher. The quality framework views schools as dynamic learning organisations, where teachers are enabled to work individually and collectively to build their professional capacity in order to support continuous improvement in teaching and learning. Given the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on higher education providers, we announced in March 2020 that we were pausing planned consultations. ICT In Schools: 10 Pieces of Equipment for Every Classroom, 10 Easy Behaviour Management Tips For Lesson Success. Effective learning and teaching is informed through reflective practice and providers enable staff to engage in relevant, timely and appropriate professional development that supports students’ learning and high-quality teaching. Over half of students said their learning was disrupted by slow or unreliable internet. How well do pupils follow routines/expectations. Target 4.b Expand Higher Education Scholarships for Developing Countries One of the best ways to improve the quality of teaching in a classroom is for the teacher is to guide students to be active learners rather than simply be spectators. Asking to observe another colleague should never be a difficult request to grant, and as a school leader I have a responsibility to make this happen. This is where our regulatory attention needs to focus and we commit more resources to these providers. What Works Best: Evidence-based practice to help improve NSW student performance (CESE, 2014) supports our efforts to improve the quality of teaching in our schools. 51 per cent were satisfied with the quality of this teaching, while 34 per cent were not (see Figure 1). July 24, 2015 by Alice Albright, Global Partnership for Education Over half did not have access to good online course materials. The main objective of the project is to improve the quality and learning outcome of public schools and bring them at par with private schools, officials said, as reported by PTI. The Secretary of State asked the review to consider how providers could continue to enhance the quality of online delivery for the next academic year, and to examine longer-term opportunities to develop and innovate in digital and online provision. Empower students to be active learners. For now, the primary roles of educational technology in delivering the school curriculum’s instructional program have been identified:• Upgrading the quality of teaching-and-learning in schools.• Increasing the capability of the teacher to effectively inculcate learning, and for students to gain mastery of lessons and courses.• Supporting staff and asking colleagues to observe each other should not be laborious. Interesting, that’s a lot of feedback time. It is also examining the question of burden: the appropriate level at which the NSS could continue to provide reliable data on students’ perspective on their subjects, providers and the wider system, and whether a universal annual sample is necessary. NSW Department of Education's information on curriculum taught in NSW schools, Aboriginal education and communities & personalised support. Do they ask questions, of each other, of the teacher or other adults, about what they are learning? Many disabled students have welcomed the more widespread use of technologies they have been advocating for some time. This means that the highest-quality providers, those that deliver successful outcomes for students regardless of their backgrounds, should experience minimal regulatory burden arising from our quality and standards requirements. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window). This academic year, most universities are delivering a system of blended learning, which includes a mix of online and in-person lectures and tutorials. There’s a good case to be made that better teaching and learning is best achieved by departments. The survey shows considerable variation between providers. Quality of Secondary School Education George Batano Jidamva | Understanding and Improving Quality of Secondary School Education | 2012 Conceptions among Teachers in Tanzania George Batano Jidamva Understanding and Improving Quality of Secondary School Education Conceptions among Teachers in Tanzania Quality has during the last decades become an im- This website uses cookies to improve your experience. By continuing using this site we'll assume you're OK with this. All providers are required to comply with all applicable conditions of registration as set out in the regulatory framework. Publish the findings of our consultation on quality. Consult on our future approach to the TEF. It always comes back to learning needs however. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Out of these, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. To what extent do pupils take responsibility for their own learning? To ensure that universities and colleges continue to provide quality teaching and learning, during the coming year we will: 49 OfS, ‘“Digital poverty” risks leaving students behind’, September 2020 (www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/press-and-media/digital-poverty-risks-leaving-students-behind/). Identifying the processes involved in achieving successful learning outcomes. One of our associate education experts, Gulshan Kayembe, suggested some questions governors could ask the senior leadership team (SLT) about improving teaching and learning. For example, some providers operated a range of ‘no detriment’ policies to ensure that students were not unfairly penalised by the disruption during the spring and early summer. MEMBERSHIP - £1 per month = Exclusive Benefits + 10% Off All Resource Downloads! Subsequently, we have reviewed the action plans produced by these providers and, for some of them, considered the outcomes of reviews by the designated quality body.53 We have also considered cases where our analysis suggests that there is evidence of unexplained grade inflation in the classification of undergraduate degrees. Exceptions to this rule were our consultations on the stability of the sector and student protection issues, bearing in mind the potential risk to students of the market exit of a provider. It’s the lesson by lesson cost calculated from a teacher’s salary. … Some things can only be solved at a whole-school level, such as behaviour; others, like lesson planning, can perhaps best be addressed by individual teachers. During the early stages of the pandemic, universities and colleges suspended face-to-face teaching and moved to online teaching to limit the spread of the virus. 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