#LearningFirst How can teachers become informed, expert and confident in all aspects of assessment? | hannahruthtyreman

Sarah Earle @PriSciEarle

After Dan Williams’s @FurtherEdagogy post earlier this week about the pyramids of doom, he may have had something to say about the one we were presented with; especially as the whole room began taking pictures.

The contents of the pyramid were fairly obvious to any educator when it comes to assessment but it helped to reiterate the priority areas when it comes to a focus on what aids LEARNING:

Active pupil involvement (self/peer assessment) and Responsive teaching (clear focus, Qs, feedback) should always be the priorities.

Then comes the monitoring…

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