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How to Effectively Utilise Maths and English Initial and Diagnostic Information
November 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Initial and Diagnostic information are key to ensuring that the best level of support can be provided to learners for Maths and English. Sadly, all too often the information collected is not utilised effectively and educators are missing a trick when it comes to supporting the development of these life skills in the best and most positive way.
The development of Maths and English needs to be wider than achieving a Functional Skill qualification if it is to add real value to learning programmes, something that Ofsted looks for.
This interactive webinar will consider why the development of Maths and English is important for all learners and analyse the value of the information gained at the start of a learning journey; and review how to develop support that meets the wider needs of the learner.
The content will cover:
- Why Maths and English development is important for everyone;
- Understanding Initial Assessment Data;
- Unpicking Diagnostic information and planning ongoing skill development;
- Knowledge application in meaningful ways;
- Next steps.
Who should attend
FE and Skills Providers
This webinar is suitable for:
- Educators who are supporting learners and want to improve their practice when supporting the ongoing development of Maths and English in a meaningful way;
- Curriculum developers and managers who are not fully aware of the good practice requirements for ongoing Maths and English skills development, outside formal qualifications;
- Providers who have recognised the value, and importance of ongoing Maths and English skills and have identified this aspect as an area for development.
Christine Edwards QTLS, Creating Excellence
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