From @LeadingLearner https://leadinglearner.me/2017/05/21/breaking-useless-assessment-habits/ Read more from Stephen Tierney at https://leadinglearner.me Sent from myMail for iOS

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https://headsmart.wordpress.com/2016/10/18/what-i-know-now-always-start-with-the-children/ https://twitter.com/FloraBarton/status/788621651508428801?lang=en-gb  

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Spotted this on Twitter this evening: https://twitter.com/schoolsweek/status/741642038588911620 Perhaps this article, written by Daisy Christodoulou, for the Policy Exchange, last year, might help kick off a debate for the #LearningFirst community. Policy-Exchange-Hirsch-article-29.08
You can download Daisy’s article here.

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So what next? We have a date: 22nd September 2016. We have a venue: Bath Spa University. We have a host: the wonderful Sarah Earle @PriSciEarle. What we need now, is to know what the #LearningFirst community wants next. What do you want the focus to be? What sort of format would you like? What would be most helpful to you? We want to design these events around what you want and need. If #LearningFirst

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On this page you’ll learn something about some of those speaking at this (ground-breaking? No…) groundswell @BeyondLevels Sheffield event. Leah Stewart has done a fabulous job of researching and collating these gems for us. Leah blogs on education at leahkstewart.com Leah has provided the opportunity to…

“Read this content to gain real insights into the people behind the well-known names and impressive sounding titles. Put another way: impersonal bios, awkward first person intros

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Stumbled across a conversation on Twitter this evening. Sean Harford raised the idea of using synoptic assessment. Screenshot_29_04_2016__21_07 Not ever having across the idea before, luckily @Ephemeral321 came to the rescue: Screenshot_29_04_2016__21_09 later additions to this post: https://twitter.com/harfordsean/status/726694200062799873 https://twitter.com/BeyondLevels/status/726735299120889856  

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You I have had an itch for a while. You know, that sort of itch that you just have to scratch, even in public! This is the tweet from Sean Harford, Ofsted’s National Director, that prompted my public display. Screenshot_24_04_2016__12_44 As, so often, Sean was responding to the assertion that, the pressure that schools and teachers find themselves under, is essentially Ofsted’s fault.  This is not just

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James is a Data Analyst and Advisor with 10 years experience in primary, secondary and post-16 sectors. He has a high profile on Twitter and is one of the speakers at our Sheffield conference on 21st May 2016. http://sigplus.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/5-golden-rules-of-tracking.html  

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