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The New Teacher’s Guide to OFSTED
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The New Teacher’s Guide to OFSTED
The 2019 Education Inspection Framework



October 2020 | 120 pages | Learning Matters

What does the new OFSTED framework mean for new and trainee teachers?  How will it change what happens in schools and classrooms?

This new text guides new and trainee teachers through all they need to know about the 2019 OFSTED inspection.  It supports them to understand and reflect on the context of the new framework - as professionals.  It dispels many of the myths that new teachers will hear in schools and provides much needed clarity and detail.
This book:

·       Explores the context of the publication of the new framework and what this might mean for schools and teachers

·       Supports teachers to understand how the framework links to what happens in classroom and to school level priorities from SLT

·       Includes examples of outstanding practice to learn from

·       Features a mythbusting section to help teachers to understand the facts about OFSTED

·       Supports new teachers to understand, prepare for and approach OFSTED inspections with confidence and clarity of purpose.

 
Chapter 1 What does Ofsted mean for teachers?
 
Chapter 2 Myth busting
 
Chapter 3 Research
 
Chapter 4 Quality of Education
 
Chapter 5 Behaviour and Attitudes
 
Chapter 6 Personal Development
 
Chapter 7 Leadership and Management
 
Chapter 8 Key points to remember

Really useful for new teachers (and old) who may feel daunted by the EIF. This book really simplifies what a teacher needs to know, into nice readable sections.

Mrs Ruth Steyert
English Language Arts, Grimsby Institute of HE And FE
November 10, 2020

Samuel Stones

Samuel Stones is an Associate Researcher in the Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University. His research outputs are linked with the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education and the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools. Samuel works with initial teacher training students in university and school contexts and is an Associate Leader of maths, computing, economics and business at a secondary school and sixth form college in North Yorkshire.   More About Author

Jonathan Glazzard

Jonathan Glazzard is Professor of Teacher Education, Head of Children, Education and Communities, Edge Hill University. More About Author