Marking your student's assessment pieces should be the easiest way to see the impact your practice...

...are you paying attention?

You’re busy marking and assessing.

It’s nearing the end of the year and I bet reflective practice is one of the last things on your mind right now.  

You’re busy working through all your assessments on your students. You’re writing reports and  then winding down right? 

Is there a familiar feeling of impending pressure to get that accreditation done yet? How would you like to go from overwhelmed and insecure to sitting with an awesome evidence post. All with just 20 minutes of reflecting?

Remember the thousands of hours of hard work you’ve put in this year?   

Aren’t you more curious about what the assessment pieces that your students have completed says about your practice? 

Instead of just reporting to parents about their children, lets take a moment to see what their work says about your practice.

trust me, those assignments you’ve been marking contain the key to an amazing piece of evidence for your portfolio.  Here’s how you’re going to turn them into a Focus Area busting piece of GOLD!

Join me in episode 041 where we explore how those assessment pieces can tell you stories about

  • Your relationships with your students
  • Your planning and teaching
  • Any biases you’ve shown and… most importantly
  • what you can do differently next year to increase your impact.

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