Feedback drives learning. But as we learned in a previous post, not all feedback is productive. In this post, we’ll
How do we harness learning conversations in order to create a powerful artifact of thinking? It’s a conundrum!
The importance of sitting alongside a student is often understated or dismissed.
Student thinking rarely follows a straight path towards a learning destination. When you ponder documenting the twists and turns of whole group or individual students’ thinking, do you feel overwhelmed? How might the application of learning goals and success criteria support the process of documentation?
The process of assessment is not black and white. It’s not about shades of grey, but rather, about an understanding that each student has a spectrum of possibilities within them – a rainbow of ideas and potential.
Take a moment to breathe, slow down and reflect on the first part of this academic year.