As part of the #ECSeries, we welcome Yamina Bibi who will explore evidence-informed strategies focusing on assessment.
Yamina will examine how we can use formative and summative assessment in order to identify the needs of learners, measure progress, and adapt the learning to the needs of the students in the classroom. In this session, Yamina will share practical approaches to assessment for learning and checking for understanding, including whole class strategies and a range of questioning techniques.
If you’re looking to enhance your responsive teaching in the classroom and ensure all students make effective progress, then this session is a must for you.
- Download Yamina’s presentation
- ECF Standard 6
- Further reading & resources: High quality feedback
- Further reading & resources: Effective marking
- Assessment for learning
- How can Formative Assessment work?
- Webinar watch back: Yamina Bibi “Lesson Planning”
- Further reading & resources: Visible learning
- Embedded Formative Assessment by Dylan Wiliam
- The Early Career Framework Handbook
- Further reading & resources: Hinge questions
- Stuart Kime (2020) Guidelines for using MCQs in distance learning (rEDLoom)
- Teaching WalkThrus
- Webinar watch back: Doug Lemov “Teach Like a Champion”
- Great teaching techniques: Stretch and challenge
- Learning styles versus dual coding: which is better for retention?
- We’re all in this together, peer coaching
Yamina Bibi – Yamina is an Assistant Headteacher in an East London school with a wealth of teaching and leadership experience. Yamina’s professional experience includes leading the TES English Team of the Year 2020, supporting ITT/ECTs as a Professional Mentor and developing all staff as an experienced coach.
Yamina is an accredited Consultant for Resilient Leaders Element and a Network Leader for #WomenEd London. Yamina is passionate about sharing practice and speaks on a number of topics, including Diversity and Inclusion, Women in Leadership, and Teaching English.
In July 2021, Yamina was nominated for and won the Rising Star Award in Education and Academia.
Cat Scutt MBE, Director for Education and Research, Chartered College of Teaching – Cat Scutt, a former English teacher, has since focused on supporting teacher development both online and in person, with a particular emphasis on development through collaboration and engagement with research and evidence. She has experience working as a teacher and advisor in the public and private sectors, as well as in corporate learning and development.
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