Formative Assessment in Action: Techniques for classroom impact in primary schools
Join us to discover how EFA can help your school increase pupil achievement.
Tuesday 6 February 2024
16:00 - 17:00
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In this briefing, Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead and Programme Leader will be presenting how EFA can positively impact on your pupils, teachers and school culture. Corinne will be joined by two primary school leaders who will be sharing their successes and answering questions about the programme. These briefings are not recorded.
Building on over 20 years of research by Dylan Wiliam and Siobhan Leahy, this programme has shown to make a positive impact on learner engagement, teacher responsiveness and achievement.
Schools completing the programme found:
- Boosts learner engagement: By using engaging formative assessment techniques, this program encourages children’s participation, creating an enjoyable learning environment where learners feel accomplished and motivated to learn more.
- Enhances teacher responsiveness: Teachers will discover effective methods to consistently gauge children’s progress, enabling them to gather valuable information in every lesson, thus enhancing the quality of teaching and learning across the school.
- Creates a culture of collaboration Through Teacher Learning Communities, colleagues can collaborate, share ideas, and support each other, fostering a culture of professional growth within the school.
The two-year long programme is being rolled out in hundreds of schools nationwide.
Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead, SSAT
Corinne has an insatiable passion for teaching & learning which is focused through inspiring and supporting teachers and school leaders to become even better. Corinne has worked with hundreds of teachers through the delivery of TEEP and EFA programmes and has considerable experience as a teacher and senior leader herself, having worked in schools in Salford and Hull.
Date and location
16:00 – 17:00
Contact us or call 020 7802 0955.
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