This is my first post and about a topic which I never thought I would write about or would be defending it: DATA, but I guess one just needs to stay open-minded. Assessment has been my interest for many years, but rather often I found myself polarising it against data.
https://twitter.com/jmag1979/status/718752035454193664 There is a great deal of interest in this post from people visiting the site. You may also find Helen Hindle’s Mixed-Attainment Maths website of interest. Her website has been created to enable teachers of mixed-attainment maths classes to share resources and ideas. http://www.mixedattainmentmaths.com/
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