Students Teaching Teachers!

How good is it when students become teachers!! A Kindergarten student in the Diocese of Lismore is excelling in his Oral Language Development when ‘Learning from Home’!! This student’s impressive growth and achievement just doesn’t happen by chance. It takes careful planning on the part of his leaders and teachers – carefully crafted concepts from the Assessment Waterfall Chart (CLARITY p.124) such as: Learning Intentions, Success Criteria, Descriptive Feedback, Peer- and self-assessment and finally Individual Goal setting. Then students can become teachers to their teachers and peers!

Have a listen to Bradley teaching us – with precision!

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