How to use this exemplar to improve practice
This video is for practitioners who want to explore and understand educational thinking on using assessment strategies to support high quality learning and teaching.
This video, along with reflective questions, invites you to consider the impact of your own approach to develop the use of assessment strategies to support high quality learning and teaching. You are invited to watch the video and consider, individually or as a group, the following improvement questions:
- How do you use assessment strategies to support high quality learning and teaching?
- How do you use dialogue to find out where is the learner is in their understanding of the tasks they are completing?
- What support do you provide to ensure learners are being assessment properly at the correct level and at the right time in their progress?
What was done?
In this video clip, Dylan Wiliam outlines five key assessment strategies and how they interconnect. He describes the different roles of learners and staff.
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What brought about the change?
Dylan Wiliam, through this video clip, wants to ensure that all children and young people are enabled to improve their learning, attainment and achievement through the use of well-considered appropriate assessment strategies.
What was the impact?
Study of this video clip leads to a focus to ensure that all staff, know where students are within their learning; what feedback moves learners on and the knowledge that everyone involved is clear about the success criteria. There is also clear understanding of the potential impact from student peer assessment and student self-assessment.
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Dylan Wiliam: Assessment strategies - transcript