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The role of assessment for learning in evidence-based reading instruction. Assessment: The bridge between teaching and learning. ( Wiliam 2011). Assessment for Learning is Evidence-Based Practice. Basic ingredients of a neuro -science-informed classroom.

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The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

The role of assessment for learning

in evidence-based reading instruction



The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

Assessment for Learning is

Evidence-Based Practice


Basic ingredients of a neuro science informed classroom
Basic ingredients of a neuro-science-informed classroom

•The children and the teacher are on a

voyage of discovery together.

  • The joy is palpable.

  • The children are often moving

  • Emotion - the child’s and the teacher’s -

    is openly acknowledged as part of the learning process


Afl is social emotional learning
AFL is Social Emotional Learning


Afl is sel when
AFL IS SEL when…

  • we create a community of learners environment

  • the classroom is a feeling place where we can acknowledge strengths and struggles

  • we approach learning and all communication with an open heart

  • we start from ‘I can’

  • we teach learners how to self and peer assessment in a kind and respectful environment

  • we offer feedback that moves learning forward


Afl is self regulated learning
AFL is Self Regulated Learning


Afl is srl when
AFL IS SRL when…

  • we support and teach metacognition…

  • we support task interpretation…learning intentions!

  • learners self assess and self monitor

  • learners ask questions

  • learners explain their thinking….

  • learners make choices about next steps


The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

AFL supports Aboriginal education when…

  • We focus on the gifts that each child brings

    • We allow our learners to express their understanding of who they are as learners

    • We ask our learners to support each other

      • …creating spaces of belonging in a community of learners


The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

A7xekcal: How teachers help us to locate the infinite

capacity we all have as learners. Developing one’s own

gifts and expertise in a holistic respectful and balanced manner.

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Ways in
WAYS IN…

  • 6 BIG AFL strategies

  • Performance Standards used to move learning forward

  • Listen to your learners

  • Access support and resources


The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

A way in…The 6 BIG AFL strategies offer a GREAT starting place….

Start with one and the rest will follow…




A way in listen to your learners learners of all ages can answer
A way in…listen to your learners. to help it to grow?Learners of all ages can answer….

Where are you going with your learning?

How is it going?

Where to next?


The role of assessment for learning in evidence based reading instruction

A way in…The 6 BIG AFL strategies offer a GREAT starting place….

Start with one and the rest will follow…