Outstanding Teaching & Learning in the Further Education & Skills Sector
The Ofsted common inspection framework for FE colleges is changing soon, are you ready?
From September, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment will be a new headline grade in Ofsted’s revised inspection criteria, meaning that inspectors will spend more time directly observing teaching, learning, skills development and assessment.
Colleges will be expected to evidence engaging and supportive teaching practices which motivate learners to achieve learning goals and demonstrate a commitment to excellence inside and outside the classroom.
How confident are you that you are empowering staff to deliver “outstanding” teaching and learning and improving performance across the whole college?
What should I expect?
Optimus Educations Inaugural Outstanding Learning & Teaching in Further Education and Skills conference gives you an opportunity to hear what an “outstanding” observation looks like under Ofsted’s revised criteria. Also you can gain tips in best practice for developing effective and high-quality self-assessments and driving continuous improvement.
Benefits of attending:
- Hear the latest from Ofsted on effectively evidencing ‘outstanding’ learning and teaching as part of the revised inspection criteria
- Listen to how your peers are creating cultures that celebrate excellence in teaching and learning and eliminate poor practices
- Find out how to develop robust and meaningful quality and performance measures that translate into continuous professional development for staff
- Discover how colleges across the country are embedding innovative practices such as peer mentoring, learning advocates and change agents
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