Educate, a leading provider of educational software in the UK is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with China Future School Labs (CSFL) to provide its teacher assessment software, Standards Tracker, as part of a suite of software that CFSL is providing to Chinese government schools. CFSL is part of the National Institute of Education Sciences, a research branch of China’s Ministry of Education.
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Gill Edge's recent trip to Beijing with Standards Tracker makes home city headlines
An article written by Maria Cunningham at Teacher Development Trust and published by SecEd, looks at the evidence and explains how to make effective performance management and appraisal systems that contribute to genuine teacher development and improvement, and the outcomes aligned perfectly with Standards Tracker!
Over 90% of those denied progression were not told during the year that they were not meeting the standards needed to progress, despite government guidance that this should happen.
Gill Edge, Principal at Killinghall Primary School, presents to 1,200+ delegates at the Future Schools Conference in Beijing.
This week Gill Edge and our CEO, James de Bass, returned from their trip to Beijing. Gill presented to over 1,200 delegates and told them how Standards Tracker has impacted her performance managment process and contributed towards raising the quality of teaching and learning in her school.
Achieving QTS through the Assessment Only Route takes one term (three months). A portfolio is presented to evidence teaching experience which we assess against the QTS Standards. Candidates are observed teaching to ensure that the breadth and depth of their prior experience is apparent in their current impact on pupil progress.
We are proud to have been invited to speak at the 4th Annual Future Schools Conference in Beijing, China to showcase best practice use of Standards Tracker. So we thought who better to inform other educators than one of our own users.
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