Analysis and Critical Thinking in Assessment

Venue
Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood
venue
Event Tutors
WB Admin
tutors
Admin Contact
HR Workforce Development (HRWorkforceDevelopment@southglos.gov.uk)
Target Audience
CAH Staff
target audience
Event Types
Course (daytime)
Course categories
Children and Young People
Children and Young People subcategories
Children's Social Care / Safeguarding Children
Event description
This is a 1-day workshop delivered by Research in Practice. The session is aimed at: frontline practitioners who want to improve their analysis and critical thinking skills in the context of assessment. It may also be relevant for managers wanting to disseminate approaches to assessment to their team.

Prior to the workshop, delegates should have created a user account with RiP and then downloaded and read introduction to Analysis and critical thinking in assessment:

Once logged in to the RiP website, we recommend participants downloading the Analysis and critical thinking in assessment Handbook: https://www.rip.org.uk/resources/publications/practice-tools-and-guides/analysis-and-critical-thinking-in-assessment-resource-pack-20132014/ (click link to access downloadable PDF).
Once downloaded, read pages 1-10 from the handbook.

Come with a live case in mind:
During the session a case will be used to model an approach to analysis and to facilitate case discussion. All participants must therefore come prepared to discuss a live case and to take an active role by either presenting a case for discussion, or facilitating a case discussion.

Please note that you do not need to bring any paperwork with you.
Learning outcomes
In this one-day programme, participants will: Understand the current strengths and areas for development in their assessment practice; Identify the different thinking processes that are used as part of assessment practice; Understand the five anchor principles that can be used as a framework for analytical thinking in assessment; Examine how a good analytical assessment can be used as a basis for an evidence-informed plan.
Start Date
Wednesday 19 June 2019
End Date
Wednesday 19 June 2019
Closing Date
Tuesday 18 June 2019
Times
09:45 - 16:00
Maximum Places
25 
Cost
£0.00 
Number of Sessions
1
Certificate expiry
No
Pass/Fail event
No