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4 ways to involve students in assessment
Jackie Beere OBE sets out several ways in which assessment can become a productive collaboration between teachers and students
4 ways to tell what works
David Spendlove offers some advice on how to gauge whether your Assessment for Learning strategies are having the desired effect
4 ways to improve progress
More ideas from David Spendlove to help you ensure great learning happens for every student
- Digital assessment – What impact can it have on teaching and learning?
- School standards – Genuine improvement requires better structures, not tighter targets
- Teens, genes and means – Why are we still debating whether genetics affect educational outcomes?
- Remote revision – How hybrid learning can support your GCSE students
- International inspiration – What can other countries teach us about curriculum development?
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