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Teaching children ‘how’ to learn….

I have begun reading, “The Learning Powered School” by Guy Claxton, Maryl Chambers, Graham Powell and Bill Lucas.  As you can probably tell, I’m doing a lot of reading and researching around ‘learning’. Learning is central and core to everything … Continue reading

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Teaching pupils how to give feedback…

As part of Assessment for Learning, the use of peer and self evaluation has become a standard part of classroom practice.  However, is it being done effectively and actually helping children progress in their work? Di Pardoe gave our school a … Continue reading

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Continuing to reflect on feedback…Hattie…

The practice of assessment in the primary classroom has come a long way.  With the rise of assessment for learning, assessment is used as a continual tool to understand pupils learning and where their gaps are and how to move … Continue reading

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We need to keep looking into this feedback thing…

Continuing on reflections of Chapter 7 of Hattie’s Visible Learning for Teachers, I think I have finally begun finding further evidence for the use of verbal feedback in lessons.  He goes on to talk about how teachers consider feedback to be … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Chapter 7 of Hattie’s Visible Learning

“…This places feedback in the top ten influences on achievement, although there is considerable variability- but how to account for the variability? My argument is that feedBack works at four levels and addresses three questions” (Hattie, p. 130, Visible Learning … Continue reading

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