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How to make assessments valid and reliable
If we want an accurate picture of our students' understanding, we need to realise that we can't see learning
How to assess via the deliberate-practice method
We know that formative assessment improves progress, so why are schools and students still not seeing the benefits?
How to accurately find out what pupils do and don’t know
Students are rarely the best judges of what they actually understand. Use mini whiteboards, self-explanation tasks and exit tickets to find out what they really know
- 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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