Identify the main principles of assessment for learning
Reflect on the role of intentional dialogue in supporting teaching in a formative way
Develop your use of hinge-point questions to elicit evidence from students
Collaborate with peers, educators and mentors to try out activities and share thinking, in order to develop your teaching practice
On this course, you’ll be guided by leading experts in assessment for learning to discover how to gauge your students’ understanding, so that you can better progress their learning.
You’ll learn how to create a classroom culture that allows difficult ideas to surface so that you can better understand student misconceptions and tailor your teaching accordingly.
You’ll consider the key principles of assessment for learning, before examining two approaches in more detail.
Key principles of assessment for learning
Intentional dialogue as a form of evidence of students’ understanding
Hinge-point questions to respond to students’ learning
This course would suit teachers, curriculum leaders, teaching assistants, newly qualified teachers, trainee teachers and others involved in the education of young people.