The assessment process is an inherent part of the learning process, no matter who is doing the learning. This struck
Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement, but this impact can be either positive or
The concept of ‘success criteria’ is familiar to most educators — but scan the examples being shared on the internet,
How do we harness learning conversations in order to create a powerful artifact of thinking? It’s a conundrum!
Learning goals should focus on learning. Seems obvious, yet sometimes we write goals that focus on what the student is
Recently we heard from a concerned educator, “I display the learning goals at the beginning of each lesson, every day,
The importance of sitting alongside a student is often understated or dismissed.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is the value of a conversation? Priceless!
Feedback should help the student understand more about the learning goal, more about their own achievement status in relation to
‘Don’t smile until Christmas!” was well-meaning advice given to me many years ago. In my teacher training, and early in