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Formative Assessment and Student Voice - Wed, 29th Sept @ 4.30pm
DATE: Wednesday, 29 September 2021
TIME: 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Effective use of formative assessment in the classroom not only helps shift responsibility for learning from the teacher to the student but provides opportunities for students to reflect on their own learning. This workshop will provide practical examples to help you successfully incorporate the principles of formative assessment into your classroom practice. Participants will learn how to co-create success criteria in their classroom. Participants will be introduced to strategies for successfully incorporating “teacher-led” formative assessment, peer-assessment and student self-assessment into their practice. Whenever formative assessment is used, student voice is activated. This workshop will also reference how the use of formative assessment activates student voice by creating opportunities for students to express opinions as well as influence and participate more in their own learning.

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Sep 29, 2021 04:30 PM in Dublin

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Con Hurley
Con Hurley is a teacher with 20 years classroom experience. During that time he has led teaching and learning in a number of different capacities. He currently teaches in Clonakilty Community College.