The monitoring of Scottish schools: roles, responsibilities and evaluation

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Objectives of the training:

- Discover the roles and responsibilities within the Scottish Education System, from Government to educational establishments
- Explore, in detail, the monitoring and evaluating processes of schools, and in particular the tools for self-evaluation
- Explore how, nationally, Scotland ensures a quality education in its Primary and Secondary schools through the work of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate in Education (HMIE), Local Authorities, and other national agencies
- Explore how Local Authorities ensure quality provision in its Primary and Secondary schools through the role of Local Authority Education Quality Services
- Visit Primary and Secondary schools in both a city and rural context to observe and to discuss with school leaders, teachers and pupils how they ensure that there is quality provision for all students in their schools
- Reflect on how the Scottish model can inform the school evaluation processes of each participant’s region/country of origin, as well as their own individual work practices

For further information please contact Ros on immersions@lfee.net

Course organiser
LFEE Europe
Location
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Language
EN
Topics
Education and project management; Quality control and assurance, evaluation, inspection; School management, educational leadership
Key competences
Foreign language
Target audience
Government & policy makers; School management
Price
1310 Euro
Included in price
Accommodation; Course; Meals
Number of participants
40
Certification on completion
Yes

Sessions

11.03.2018 > 17.03.2018
Register before 11.02.2018
07.10.2018 > 13.10.2018
Register before 09.09.2018