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How to evaluate the effectiveness of your department

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Last updated on 6 March 2018
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Read on for details of 7 key actions to take when evaluating your subject department, featuring tips from our experts on analysing results, conducting pupil voice surveys and creating an action plan.

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  1. 1 Analyse and evaluate results
  2. 2 Make use of pupil voice
  3. 3 Scrutinise pupils' work
  4. 4 Focus on your subject's particular features
  5. 5 Observe teaching and learning
  6. 6 Write a departmental self-evaluation form
  7. 7 Create a departmental action plan

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