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Claire Gadsby

This book provides a practical guide to a range of innovative and useful strategies for implementing assessment for learning in schools. Gadsby takes the reader through a range of approaches that can help ensure that assessment, progress and learning are embedded and inextricably linked in the curriculum.

She covers a range of topics, including the best way to share learning intentions; how to effectively engineer classroom discussions; how to provide formative feedback; and how to work well with parents to help pupils’ learning.

Gadsby provided examples of effective learning tools throughout, and the book has been praised by David Didau for its straightforward and easy-to-digest approach to teaching and assessment. 

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Claire Gadsby

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Crown House Publishing

Date of publication:
December 2012

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This practical guide to effective assessment practices will be of use to teachers at all levels and stages of their careers. 


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