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Instructional Coaching: Plan, Observe, Reflect

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Instructional coaching is a great way for teachers to find better ways to get their students to learn. By using planning sessions, observing teachers and debriefing with them, coaches provide valuable input for making the best use of classroom time.
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6 Ways to Flip Your Parent-Teacher Conferences

6 Ways to Flip Your Parent-Teacher Conferences | college and career ready | Scoop.it

Blog post at Brilliant or Insane : You know the drill: each fall and (if we're lucky) every spring, parents are invited into the classroom to visit with teachers and discu[..]


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A Thousand Rivers

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What the modern world has forgotten about children and learning. photo by Wade Davis   by Carol Black  The following statement somehow showed up on my Twitter feed the other day: “Spontaneous ...
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Assessment 'As' Learning through Project Based Learning

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Assessment ‘As’ Learning through Project Based LearningMay 25, 2015May 25, 2015 Kurt Challinor

In putting together the program for our Professional Learning Teams focus on assessment I was thinking about how little we tend to focus on Assessment ‘as’ Learning. The past couple of decades has rightly seen the focus of assessment shifted clearly from solely valuing Assessment ‘of’ Learning, or summative assessment to acknowledging the important place of formative assessment in the learning cycle.

Work from influential learning theorists like Dylan Wiliam has seen a Assessment ‘for’ Learning, or formative assessment, recognised as one of the most important measures of student learning and achievement in our classes.

Despite even this new focus on Assessment for Learning, a quick Google search reveals where the majority of the attention is given: