Editor’s note: This is an updated version of a blog post originally published on September 14th, 2020. Transcript has been edited for clarity.
What makes classroom assessment truly effective? Headteacher Dawn Copping says the most meaningful information comes from distilling your goals and listening to your learners.
When it comes to classroom assessment, there are dozens of methods you can use to check in on your learners and move everyone forward. But after months of disrupted learning, making sure assessment is both efficient and effective is a top priority.
We spoke to Dawn Copping, Headteacher at Shaw Primary Academy to get her advice on approaching classroom assessment and where to find the best evidence of learning.