Effective Tracking & Monitoring: Linking progress in the class room with progress in qualifications

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About this talk

We are extremely passionate about students not being a number or statistic in a machine that doesn’t recognise the pupil’s behind the numbers.

We’ll demonstrate how to link progress in the classroom directly with the progress in qualifications.

There is a stigma associated with tracking and monitoring, that this is only for teachers that enjoy data or only for senior managers. We will discuss the power of using data effectively to inform the very next lesson you teach. Not only this, we will show you a system that is simple, transparent, and easy to use.

Tracking and monitoring should not just support the school for governor presentations or accountability purposes, it should be used to drive learning in the classroom.

What we will cover in detail

  • The four key steps to monitoring progress effectively
  • How to set up your tracking to provide the clearest picture for you, your students and your team
  • What data should we be using and why
  • The key information required to plan your next lesson effectively
  • Establishing the link between progress in the classroom and progress in your qualifications

Brett Griffin

BSc, Sports Science, Major - Biomechanics and Physiology MA, Educational Leadership Business owner Pupil Progress