Key Questions to Consider When Launching Classroom Monitor
Modified on: Tue, 17 Dec, 2019 at 3:00 PM
When implementing Classroom Monitor in your school there are some key questions which you should consider. A checklist is outlined below:
What is the primary purpose of Classroom Monitor?
Who will be responsible for Classroom Monitor within the school?
What are the key events that data from Classroom Monitor will be used for?
What are the key data points in school? When are the data drop points each term?
Which is the core data set used for tracking?
Which subjects are you collecting data against?
How often do you expect teachers to be recording assessment?
Are you planning on collecting evidence? If so, how much, which pupils/subjects and for what purpose?
What benefits do you want your teachers to get from markbooks? (curriculum tracking / pupil reports / ordering markbook objectives for planning & reviewing coverage)
When does it all need to be up to date?
Which terminology is the school using?
Has this been communicated with staff?
When are the data drop points?
Are they being used alongside markbooks/standardised test or on their own?
Which subjects will be assessed this way?
How are judgements to be backed up if not using markbooks?
External Test Data
Which types of test are delivered?
How often are they conducted?
Who will upload the test results?
How is data compared with other types of data in school?
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