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How to plan effective self-evaluation across your trust
Self-evaluation is an essential aspect of continuous improvement. Chris Kirk, director of CJK Associates, shares his principles of strong self-evaluation and what these mean in practice.
- Consider evaluation from the beginning
- Know what you want your evaluation to tell you
- Decide what data you need to collect and when
- Make sure your evaluation captures a broad picture
- Set targets that reflect your schools' contexts
- Make sure the data you collect captures the reality
- Try to avoid extra workload when collecting data
- Use a qualitative approach when needed
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