Assessment and Processes to Develop Active Learning: Part II

  • On 28-05-2014
In Part I I argued that we can’t actually measure learning, the best we can do is infer learning from behaviour demonstrated over time. I pointed out that most of the measurement approaches I have seen used by teachers and schools are poor quality or are based on anecdotal observation that does not allow students […]
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Assessment and Processes to Develop Active Learning: Part I

  • On 22-05-2014
How do we know that a learner has learnt something? Is it from one off tests? Is it from their performance in rich learning tasks? Is it from reflection at the end of term as you do your reports? Is it from keep a track of what your students submit? How do YOU measure if […]
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Building Trust and Developing Teacher Leadership

  • On 06-05-2014
“When a gifted team dedicates itself to unselfish trust and combines instinct with boldness and effort, it is ready to climb.” Patanjali, Ancient Yoga Master  When I first began as an educational consultant I thought that my core business would be working with teachers and schools supporting them to plan rich, authentic learning for students […]
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