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John Hattie – Why Are So Many Of Our Teachers And Schools So Successful?

I wanted to sit on this until the holidays were finished to make sure that people noticed. I’ve spoke about John Hattie on several occasions on this …

The revised national curriculum: subject by subject

The Government has today published a revised national curriculum to be introduced to schools in England in September 2014. Here are some of the main points by subject:<p><b>ENGLISH</b><p>Age 5/6: Read using phonics, recite poetry by heart in class, learn alphabet, ensure left-handed pupils get help<p>Age 6/7: …

The 5 Best Free Rubric Making Tools For Teachers

• <b>About Annenberg Learner:</b><br>Annenberg Learner is a tool that allows teachers to specify the appearance of their rubric and the criteria on which students …

Feedback Strategies and how to use them effectively

Feedback is outlined in Hattie’s Visible Learning as the single biggest factor in improving performance. here<p>But what is feedback?<p>“Feedback is a …

Assessment without Levels

Visible Learning

What works best for learning<p>Visible Learning means an enhanced role for teachers as they become evaluators of their own teaching. According to John …

Pedagogy

Dylan Wiliam & the 5 Formative Assessment Strategies to Improve Student Learning

Dylan Wiliam’s new book, <i>Embedded Formative Assessment,</i> is filled with a number of insights culled from his 35 years of experience in education. The …

TES Community

Welcome to TES Community. If this is your first visit don’t forget to read the how to guide. Submit your first post here and let everyone know that …

Teaching

Schools win funds to develop and share new ways of assessing pupils

A new package of pupil assessment methods, developed by teachers for teachers, was today (1 May 2014) unveiled by the government.<p>The new methods, one …