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CONSIDERATIONS WHEN WRITING A DEVELPMENT PLAN 

 

A good Head of Department should consider the following points when writing a development plan.

1. The skills / specialisms of the Technology staff.


2. The departmental capitation.


3. Alternative sources of funding.


4. The enthusiasm of staff.


5. Full consultation with all departmental staff.


6. Existing departmental resources (equipment and facilities)


7. Future departmental resource requirements.


8. Training implications and professional development.


9. The school and local authority development plans.


10. New Initiatives such as the Tomlinson Report.


11. Departmental weaknesses.


12. Departmental strengths.


13. OFSTED reports, especially areas of improvement.


14. The likelihood that targets can be met within the timescale of three / five years.


15. Projected examination results and SAT Levels.


16. Evaluation and monitoring of each aspect of the development plan.


17. Support for and links with other schools (both primary and secondary).


18. Industrial and business links.


19. Introduction of new teaching technologies - whiteboards and smartboards etc….


20. Introduction of classroom / workshop technologies such as CNC and PIC technology etc…...

 
 

 
 

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