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Formative assessment: Five classroom strategies

In partnership with SecEd, SSAT has produced this publication in which Matt Bromley and Professor Dylan Wiliam consider why formative assessment must be placed at the heart of good teaching and offer practical, evidence-based strategies and classroom advice.

In the publication, Bromley considers good practice for assessment and feedback, including five strategies for formative assessment and what these look like in the classroom; and Wiliam outlines five perspectives on why formative assessment is at the heart of good teaching.

Each strategy is reviewed with links to the relevant research, discussion of how it works in practice, and practical examples of how each one might be implemented as part of a school’s focus on teaching, assessment and feedback.

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