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At the start of the school year a curriculum coordinator leads and facilitates a discussion with a group of year 10 teachers to discuss and interpret the previous year’s National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) results for the current year 10 cohort of students. The teachers analyse both internal and external data to identify specific learning needs of the students and to modify and improve the current year 10 English program.
The school is a co-educational Christian school in the region of Port Stephens, New South Wales. It has an enrolment of almost 700 students from K–12. The school proactively offers its staff regular professional learning opportunities. This collegial meeting occurred at the start of the school year during scheduled teacher planning meetings.
  • How do you lead colleagues to evaluate the effectiveness of learning and teaching programs to ensure specific learning needs of students are being met?
  • How can you lead and influence others to improve teaching practice based on student performance?
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Offline package - Using data to improve learning programs