School Inspection in England: No. 9: A Re-appraisal (Impact) download epub
by Colin Richards
School Inspection: A Reappraisal The current nature of the school inspection régime in England and Wales is considered, together with the reasons why it was created.
School Inspection: A Reappraisal. Article in Journal of Philosophy of Education 35(4):655 - 665 · December 2002 with 23 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The current nature of the school inspection régime in England and Wales is considered, together with the reasons why it was created.
Richards, C. (2001) School Inspection in England: a re-appraisal Impact No 9 (Philosophy of Education . (2001) School Inspection in England: a re-appraisal Impact No 9 (Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain). The Impact of OFSTED Inspections. Scanlon, M. (1999) The Impact of OFSTED Inspections (Slough, NFER). An Inspector calls: OFSTED and its effect on school standards. This article examines some of the similarities in the legitimation and structure of two national curricula in England: that for schools in the ’80s; and that for initial teacher training in the ’90s. The emphasis is on the latter, with reference to the former where relevant.
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The schools inspectorate has moved away from judging schools on how their engagement with parents impacts on children's achievement. No-notice school inspections take teachers out of class and into paperwork. Daniel Muijs, University of Southampton. On average, more pupils in the South get five A -C grades at GCSE than the North or Midlands. Lauren Hurley/PA Wire. Following the Trojan Horse controversy around the infiltration of schools in Birmingham by hardline Islamist elements, Ofsted was granted new powers to conduct no notice inspections of schools. Thi. ho is monitoring Europe’s classrooms?
This study was concerned with school inspection in Tanzania.
This study was concerned with school inspection in Tanzania. The main aim was to explore the extent to which school inspection has an impact upon teaching and learning in Tanzanian primary schools and to give some insights into how it might be organised to influence teachers‟ work performance.
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain (September 2001)
Pages: 58 pages