‘[Ruby] has been working on this project for many months and comes to each day with a new idea to try, or a new way to achieve something already attempted.'
‘By adding pockets of change that link firmly to our vision into the timetabled curriculum, assessment reform can become more widespread ...’
Stealth assessment, interactive learning environments and assessing literacy and numeracy. In a special podcast, Teacher provides a snapshot of the keynote speeches from Research Conference 2015.
Melissa Hughes discusses the development of critical thinking skills in a changing landscape.
Schools must work with parents to ensure they receive useful, meaningful information about their child's learning, says Professor Dylan Wiliam.
Setting high expectations, putting faces on the data and making student growth visible to the whole community has helped accelerate literacy learning at this school.
To mark National Science Week, Teacher hears from Professor Jim Pellegrino about shaping science learning for the future.
‘When we can see an opportunity, we can think about what’s possible and then wonder how we can make it happen.’ Fiona Gordon discusses how allowing students to construct their own knowledge can create change.
Stealth assessments woven 'invisibly' into digital gaming environments have the power to offer continual learning support to students, while reducing test anxiety and cramming.