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.
I learned about differentiation and personalization in a truly authentic way.
To harness the power of assessment to improve learning, you must examine and possibly reconsider your role and how you see your relationship with your students.
When you read the title of this post, did it affirm your thinking or did it evoke a sense of questioning…’But how do I do that?’
You’ve heard the phrase making thinking visible. Observing, listening to and conversing with students about their meaning-making is essential. But, in order to do this effectively, what needs to be in place?
Sometimes significant professional insights come from snippets of lived classroom moments. One moment can change you! It did for me.