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Underperforming teachers: ensuring improvement is sustained

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Last updated on 10 August 2016
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How can I ensure underperforming teachers show sustained improvement? One of our associate education experts suggests strategies you can adopt to ensure the quality of teaching is consistently high. We also link to examples of how schools monitor the quality of teaching.

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  1. 1 Outline the school’s expectations for teaching
  2. 2 Conduct regular classroom visits
  3. 3 Monitor pupils’ work
  4. 4 Offer coaching, mentoring and support
  5. 5 Give questionnaires to pupils and parents
  6. 6 Develop a culture of shared learning and improvement
  7. 7 Monitoring the quality of teaching: examples from schools

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