There is a great deal of evidence that families play a critical role in their child’s learning and development.
This case study has been created by Schools Plus, with support from Clarke Road School, as an example of how to support complex learners through family engagement practices.
This case study has been created by Schools Plus, with the support of Darling Heights State School, as an example of engaging with families to support student learning in primary school.
These checklists can be used to plan the implementation of your school’s approaches for engaging with families to support student learning.
This rubric outlines a set of capabilities to do with the evidence-based practice of explicit instruction. It can help teachers and their teams implement explicit instruction by demonstrating a shared understanding of what it looks like in practice.
This rubric outlines a set of capabilities to do with the evidence-based practice of formative assessment. It can help teachers and their teams implement formative assessment by demonstrating a shared understanding of what it looks like in practice.
Targeting sentence-level instruction is critical in order to develop foundational skills in writing. Sentence combining is an instructional technique used to improve sentence quality, complexity, and variety.
A writing instruction template for primary school principals and leaders.
The intent of this framework is to show how the school approaches and implements the effective teaching of writing and writing assessment, and to evaluate opportunities for further improvement.
Kerri Proctor, Head of English at Walford Anglican School for Girls, uses different formative assessment methods to track student progress.