Professor Dylan Wiliam recently visited the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) Camberwell office. There, he sat down with Teacher editor Jo Earp and shared some tips for teachers and school leaders who wish to change their practice.
See what he had to say in today's video.
Wiliam is one of the keynote speakers, through a recorded contribution, at the ACER Research Conference 2015 in August. The theme for this year's event, which takes place in Melbourne from 16-18 August, is Learning assessments: Designing the future. There will also be keynote presentations from Professor Val Shute (Florida State University), Professor Geoff Masters AO (ACER) and Dr Rukmini Banerji (Director of the ASER Centre, India). To register click on the link or visit www.acer.edu.au/rc
Have you ever tried to change your practice? What were the challenges and how did you overcome them?
What steps did you take to ensure that your skills become second nature?
As a school leader, how are you encouraging staff to be innovative?