1 Pedagogical framework Each school is required to have a Pedagogical and authentic contexts framework that is collaboratively developed with agreed procedures for ongoing induction, the school community to ensure high quality, coaching, mentoring and support in teaching evidence-based teaching practices focused on and learning for all staff success for every student'.1. Alignment of curriculum, pedagogy and This requirement acknowledges the impact of assessment: quality teaching and the evidence that research- pedagogy aligned with curriculum intent and validated pedagogy implemented with demands of the learning area/subject, general consistency across a school setting and supported capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities by instructional leadership improves student assessment, with explicit criteria and performance and develops successful learners.
2 Standards, planned up front and aligned with teaching Expectations lesson design and delivery, including monitoring and data collection practices, Schools will implement a research-validated consistent across the school and learning area Pedagogical framework that: moderation practices to support consistency of 1. describes the school values and beliefs about teacher judgment about assessment data teaching and learning that respond to the local context and the levels of student achievement Evidence-based decision making: 2. outlines processes for professional learning teaching and learning informed by student and instructional leadership to support performance data and validated research consistent whole-school Pedagogical quality evidence of the sustained impact of practices, to monitor and increase the the agreed teaching methods is used to inform sustained impact of those practices on every teaching and learning student's achievement agreed feedback practices for staff, parents 3.
3 Details procedures, practices and strategies and students for teaching, differentiating, monitoring, assessing, moderating that reflect school Targeted and scaffolded instruction: values and support student improvement comprehensive range of agreed contemporary teaching strategies that support curriculum 4. reflects the following core systemic principles. intent, engage students and exploit available technology Core Systemic Principles differentiated and scaffolded teaching based Student-centred planning: on identified needs of students decisions based on knowledge of the students and their prior learning and attributes Safe, supportive, connected and inclusive learning range of agreed data used to tailor learning environments: pathways and target resources consistent, whole-school approaches to frequent monitoring and diagnostic classroom and behaviour management, assessment to inform differentiation recognition of difference, student well-being and development of student autonomy High expectations: innovative, responsible and ethical use of comprehensive and challenging learning goals digital technologies.
4 For each student based on agreed data sets deep learning through higher order thinking 1. Every student succeeding State Schools Strategy 2014-2018.