Changes to the way schools are inspected has further "raised the bar" of what is outstanding, and focuses upon the quality of teaching, learning and pupils' behaviour.
Ofsted are looking for evidence that planned learning intentions are genuinely musical and that Musical sound should be the ‘target’ language of the music classroom.
This course is suitable for Music Subject Leaders involved with classroom observation and professional development. Indeed all Music teaching staff will find it helpful to understand what Ofsted are looking for in an ‘outstanding music lesson’ and what a teacher now needs to demonstrate to achieve this.
Delegates will have the opportunity to observe a range of filmed lessons and discuss and evaluate their content.
Content will include:
The latest September 2013 evaluation schedule
Current Music criteria and subject specific detail
The 2014 National Curriculum for Music
Learning and teaching
Making evaluative statements
Outcomes from lesson observation
Implications of behaviour
Feedback to enable staff development and improvement
Compelling learning experiences
Models of cross curricular design
Identifying deep learning experience
Musical stimulus / listening
Ofsted subject specific criteria
Price: Per person including quality course materials, lunch and online support material: £275
Speakers: Martin Sayer
From: February 17, 2014 10:00
To: February 17, 2014 16:00
Regency Hotel, 100 Queens Gate, SW7 5AG, London, United Kingdom