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Student monitoring in the SACE
Monitoring student progress throughout the senior years is essential for maximising student success and SACE completion.
Monitoring processes enable schools to use brief, timely, and easily administered snapshots of student performance to make informed decisions about teaching practice, learning support, and student pathways after SACE.
This information can be used by schools and students to determine if students are learning and performing appropriately to meet their end-of-year goals. Schools can then implement suitable levels of support for students as required.
Across the senior years, schools have a range of opportunities to monitor and support student achievement.
The following schedules - for Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12- outline approaches that schools may find useful in developing systematic and proactive student monitoring systems.
Following three schools during various stages of implementing their student monitoring systems,participants discuss how their monitoring systems operate and how staff and students view and use them.
An established system
Leaders of a school with an established student monitoring system discuss how they developed their system and how it works to support student achievement.
Initial implementation and next steps
A school leader describes the first year of implementation of a student monitoring system.
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Early stages of implementation
A school leader describes the early stages of the school's student monitoring system.
Benefits of student monitoring
A school leader describes how the school's student monitoring system supports student achievement. School colleagues and students highlight the benefits of monitoring student achievement.