Do you believe that all teachers can get even better at teaching that drives student learning?

As Dylan Wiliam explains in this video, as a starting point, teachers first need to believe that they can get better by changing some of their teaching practices.  Once they believe this, from there it’s a matter of focusing on what that teacher want to get better at. Formative assessment provides a road map for the teacher, and programs like Keeping Learning on Track (KLT) can provide a menu of tools and techniques that helps each teacher find what best fits their teaching style to improve student learning.


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