This framework outlines three constructs for student learning — how students make meaning, participate and contribute, and manage their learning.
A template to guide teachers’ thinking, ahead of lessons, to reflect on how they will elicit evidence of learning, how learning will take shape, and what approaches they might use to consolidate students’ understanding.
This resource helps teachers plan and implement self-assessment routines, so students can consider their progress in learning new skills and knowledge to determine where they are in relation to the learning goals.
Instructive feedback can have powerful effects on student learning. Outlined in this reading are 6 insights that support teachers in creating routines where students receive individualized feedback during lessons.
Eliciting evidence during learning is quite different from traditional conceptions of assessment data. This reading offers six insights to help understand evidence-use practices in formative assessment.
Teachers often misconceive formative assessment as an overlay to existing instruction. Understanding the feedback loop teaches you how students are engaged in learning at every stage of the formative assessment process.