The nature of assessment is changing. It isn’t just about a grade at the end of a test. It’s now about giving an overall picture of a pupils’ progress and achievements.
More and more evidence of learning is captured through photographs, videos and sound bites. The problem with this is collecting, organising and sharing this evidence isn’t always practical. Three Ring is a service for teachers that bridges that gap.
I have a HUGE collection of documents about AiFL, each of the documents detail exciting, innovative and interesting activities I could use. I have finally gone through all of these and made a comprehensive list of activities for each of the main strategies.
This incredible tool measures the actual noise level of your classroom and displays it on a gauge from green to red. It’s a great way to visually show pupils what level they’re working at compared to your expectations. You can adjust the sensitivity of the tool to suit the activity, e.g. working in silence or large groups.