Embedding Formative Assessment Quick Reference Guide
This laminated quick reference guide summarizes key messages in the book Embedding Formative Assessment and provides a quick summary of some of the most effective formative assessment techniques for each strategy
- Pamphlet | 6 pages
- 216 x 279 x 2.54mm | 45.36g
- 30 Oct 2016
- Learning Sciences International
- United States
This Quick Reference Guide summarizes key messages of Embedding Formative Assessment, by Wiliam and Leahy (2015). It serves as an invaluable resource to remind teachers how to: Share learning intentions and success criteria with students Find out where students are in their learning Provide feedback that moves learning forward Engage students, both as owners of their own learning and in supporting the learning of their peers. For each of the five key formative assessment strategies, the guide provides a quick summary of some of the most effective techniques, making it an ideal resource for teachers to keep with them in their classrooms.
About Dylan Wiliam
Dylan Wiliam is one of the world's foremost education authorities. He has helped to successfully implement classroom formative assessment in thousands of schools all over the world, including the United States, Singapore, Sweden, Australia, and the United Kingdom. A two-part BBC series, "The Classroom Experiment," tracked Dr. Wiliam's work at one British middle school, showing how formative assessment strategies empower students, significantly increase engagement, and shift classroom responsibility from teachers to their students so that students become agents of and collaborators in their own learning. Siobhn Leahy, MS, was a principal of three secondary schools for 17 years. She has practical experience with embedding classroom formative assessment through implementation of teacher learning communities. She is co-author and developer, with Dylan Wiliam on several publications. She received her Master of Science from South Bank University, London, and her Bachelor of Science in Management Sciences from the University of Warwick, UK.