What is it?
Why did we do it?
Question for reflection?
Visible Learning and Teaching occurs when teachers see learning through the eyes of students and help them become their own teachers. read more at Visible Learning (link)
We wanted to see the result that our Visual Learning strategies had on our students. Could our students explain what they were learning and its significance? Could they reflect on their learning and know if they were successful?
1. How can you ensure that all your students can answer the three questions:
- Where are you going in your learning?
- How are you doing with your learning? and
- Where are you going next with your learning? (Halbert & Kaser, Library Resource 4)
Have you planned for what should be assessed and what shouldn't be assessed? The 10-minute formative assessment plan. Click here to download
"Preventing Formative Assessment Fizzle" Short PPT by Barbara Reynolds Click here to download
library Resource #1
Dylan Williams - Self and Peer Assessment (link). A 4-minute video of Dylan Wilam talking about the importance of peer assessment to make learning visible.
library Resource #2
Hattie's Visible Learning (link) Go to the Visible Learning website for all the latest news and resources
LIBRARY RESOURCE #3 "Four Key Questions & Why they matter"
Oakhill Drive completed their second round of Instructional Rounds in 2016 with their question being:
'Can out students explain what they are learning and its significance? How do they know if they are successful in this learning? '
These readings and resources are some of the fabulous tools we took away with us during this experience.