THE Essential Audit and the training of essential instructors Robin Alexander College of Cambridge UCET Yearly Gathering.


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THE PRIMARY REVIEW and the training of essential instructors Robin Alexander University of Cambridge UCET Annual Conference 9 November 2007

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www.primaryreview.org.uk enquiries@primaryreview.org.uk evidence@primaryreview.org.uk

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The Primary Review ESSENTIALS The Review: concentrates on the statutory essential stage, 4/5-11; is fiscally and politically free; is grounded in national and worldwide confirmation; looks for perspectives over an extensive variety of expert, political and open voting demographics; is embraced by a Cambridge-based focal group, upheld by 70 research specialists and a 20-in number counseling board of trustees; consolidates evaluation of ebb and flow arrangement with the improvement of a dream for the future; yields between time reports and briefings, and a last report containing discoveries, conclusions and suggestions for future approach and practice.

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The Primary Review INFRASTRUCTURE (Current aggregate number included specifically in the Review: more than 100) Advisory Committee (20) Policy sub-committee Management Group Chair: Gillian Pugh Chair: Gillian Pugh Chair: Hilary Hodgson Members recorded on Review website Central group Director of the Primary Review: Robin Alexander Associate Directors: Christine Doddington, Linda Hargreaves, Ruth Kershner Research Associates: David Harrison, Julia Flutter. Executive: Catrin Darsley Part-time brief exploration aides: 6 Research advisors (70) Listed on site Communications Director: Richard Margrave In conjunction with Cambridge University Press Office and Esmee Fairbairn Foundation Press Office

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The Primary Review PERSPECTIVES AND THEMES Perspectives Children and youth Culture, society and the worldwide connection Education Core topics Purposes and values Learning and showing Curriculum and evaluation Quality and benchmarks Diversity and consideration Settings and experts Contingent topics Parenting, mindful and instructing Beyond the school Structures and stages Funding and administration

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The Primary Review EVIDENTIAL STRANDS Submissions open to all, composed 2. Soundings local and national, eye to eye Surveys of distributed examination, dispatched from scholarly consultants 4. Searches of official data

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The Primary Review THE REVIEW MATRIX EVIDENTIAL STRANDS Submissions Soundings Surveys Searches PERSPECTIVES: Children Society Education THEMES: Purposes & values Learning & showing Curriculum & appraisal Quality & guidelines Diversity & incorporation Settings & experts Parenting, mindful & instructing Beyond the school Structures & stages Funding & administration

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The Primary Review THE BALANCE OF EVIDENCE Invited feeling -open/non-intuitive (SUBMISSIONS) -focused on/intelligent (SOUNDINGS) Published observational data - autonomous exploration (SURVEYS) -official information (SEARCHES)

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The Primary Review EVIDENCE STRAND 1: SUBMISSIONS Number to date: 550 Shortest: Half a page Longest: 330 pages Sources: Children, instructors, TAs, heads, governors, LAs, educator mentors, analysts, guardians, unions, confidence bunches, open bodies, subject associations, proficient affiliations, organisations outside training … .. Topics: All points of view and subjects, particularly learning, appraisal, educational programs, values, schools, educators, differences, incorporation, policy, subsidizing…

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The Primary Review EVIDENCE STRAND 2: SOUNDINGS Community soundings - drawing in with grass-roots experience and assessment -provincial, reflecting topographical and social assorted qualities -taking into account elementary schools, yet moving into their areas -instructors, guardians, kids, authorities, group figures -difficult to achieve families and additionally normal school clients -January - March 2007 National soundings - 1: National associations -2: VIP educators\' gathering -concentrate on key issues, issues and situations rising from the confirmation so far -December 2007 - March 2008 Meetings with different partners

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The Primary Review EVIDENCE STRAND 2: SOUNDINGS - OTHER STAKEHOLDERS Official bodies and agencies: DfES/DCFS Ofsted, QCA, TDA, GTC, NCSL Opposition training shadows Commons Education/CSF Select Committee Downing Street Policy Unit Professional organisations: Teacher unions: ASCL, ATL, NAHT, NASUWT, NPhA, NUT, (PAT) Phase associations (e.g. PUG, ECF, PLG, SSAT, UCET?) Curriculum associations (e.g. UKLA) Other enquiries, eg: Good Childhood Enquiry All Party Scientific Research in Learning and Education Group

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The Primary Review EVIDENCE STRAND 3: RESEARCH SURVEYS Theme 1: Purposes and values 1/1 Aims and qualities in essential instruction 1/2 The points of essential training: England and different nations 1/3 The changing national setting of essential training 1/4 The changing worldwide connection of essential training Theme 2: Learning and showing 2/1a Children in elementary schools: psychological improvement and learning 2/1b Children in grade schools: social advancement and learning 2/2 Teaching in elementary schools: attributes, changes and conditions for achievement 2/3 Learning and educating in grade schools: the educational modules measurement 2/4 Learning and educating in elementary schools: proof from TLRP Theme 3: Curriculum and appraisal 3/1 Curriculum and evaluation arrangement and prerequisites: England and different nations 3/2 Curriculum, instructing and appraisal: the direction and effect of national change 3/3 Curriculum options for essential instruction 3/4 Assessment choices for essential instruction Theme 4: Quality and principles 4/1 Quality and norms in essential instruction: national confirmation 4/2 Quality and models in essential instruction: global proof 4/3 Monitoring, guaranteeing and keeping up quality in essential instruction

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Theme 5: Diversity and consideration 5/1 Children in essential instruction: demography, society, character, differences, incorporation 5/2 Children of elementary school age with unique needs: recognizable proof and arrangement 5/3 Children and their essential training: student voice Theme 6: Settings and experts 6/1 Primary instruction: the physical environment 6/2 Primary instruction: the expert environment 6/3 Teachers and different experts: preparing, actuation and advancement 6/4 Teachers and different experts: workforce administration and change Theme 7: Parenting, mindful and teaching 7/1 Parenting and minding: society, demography and change 7/2 Home and school: changing relations and strategies Theme 8: Beyond the school 8/1 Children\'s lives outside school and their instructive effect 8/2 Education and the more extensive adolescence setting: grade schools and different offices Theme 9: Structures and stages 9/1 The structure and staging of essential training: England and different nations 9/2 The hierarchical environment of learning: structure, gathering and move Theme 10: Funding and administration 10/1 The financing and monetary administration of essential instruction 10/2 The administration, organization and control of essential training

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The Primary Review EVIDENCE STRAND 4: OFFICIAL DATA SEARCHES Data sources -Statutory bodies (DfES, Ofsted, TDA, QCA) in addition to ONS, OECD and others Main foci -The framework all in all - strategy, demography, insights, gauges -Change over the long haul DfES - LA information on staffing, TPRs, subsidizing, activities, SEN and so on, 1997-2005 -Government Trends information on targets, workforce, understudy fulfillment -Comparative UK information -School-level demographic information -Achievement information 2000-2006 -Annual factual discharges 1995-2006 -Value for Money Unit investigation of inputs, productivity & adequacy -Pupil information by means of PAT from 1999 - earlier accomplishment, sex, special needs, first dialect, ethnicity, portability, deprivation, in consideration - School enumeration/PLASC student, instructor and LA information 1997-2006 Ofsted - Old HMI (to 1994): HMSCI yearly reports in addition to overviews and studies -Ofsted (1994-): HMCI yearly reports in addition to studies and uncommon studies -School examination reports and self-assessments from 1994 -Lesson/subject information from 1994 -PICSI/PANDA and RAISO connecting school information to national patterns QCA, TDA, OECD -to take after (QCA to incorporate SCAA/NCC/SEAC; TDA to incorporate TTA/CATE)

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The Primary Review OUTLINE TIMETABLE PHASE 1: PREPARATION January 2004 - October 2006 PHASE 2: IMPLEMENTATION Launch 13 October 2006 Data collection October 2006 - December 2007 Data analysis March 2007 - March 2008 Reporting Interim reports and briefings October 2007 - March 2008 Final report Winter 2008 PHASE 3: FOLLOW-UP From January 2009

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The Primary Review OUTCOMES GENERATING DEBATE Website The entries procedure Community and national soundings Official partner discoursed (government, resistance, national offices, unions) After distribution of the break reports, from October 2007 onwards Media scope Post-between time reporting face off regarding sustains back as confirmation PROVIDING INFORMATION Website Interim reports and briefings Final report Final report supplementary volumes CHANGING POLICY AND PRACTICE Change versus impact: making an atmosphere of feeling Changing approach Influencing proficient supposing and work on Influencing popular conclusion Immediate activity versus longer-term impact Whose training framework is it?

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The Primary Review INTERIM REPORTS: PUBLICATION SCHEDULE All reports, briefings and official statements are at www.primaryreview.org.uk from the day of production A. REPORTS ON PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS Community Soundings: the Primary Review territorial witness sessions - 12.10.07 Submissions got by the Primary Review - 4.1.08 B. COMMISSIONED RESEARCH SURVEYS (distributed in gatherings) How well would we say we are doing? Research on benchmarks, quality and evaluation - 2.11.07 (resea

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