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Improving teaching and learning: questions for governors to ask

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Last updated on 8 November 2016
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What questions can governors ask about teaching and learning in their schools? One of The Key's associate experts and two other organisations suggest questions governors could ask about teaching and learning. You will also find examples of evidence governors might expect to receive from the SLT.

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Contents

  1. 1 Questions about teaching and learning
  2. 2 Questions on teaching and learning in science and maths
  3. 3 Possible sources of evidence

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