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Kerri Proctor, Head of English at Walford Anglican School for Girls, uses different formative assessment methods to track student progress.
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Spacing and retrieval practice can improve students’ long-term retention of their learning. This guide outlines key practices for using spacing and retrieval in the classroom.
Executive function and self-regulation are important foundations for success in life and learning. This guide outlines key practices for supporting these skills in early learning settings.
Numeracy is the application of mathematical concepts, with skills developing along trajectories from birth. This guide outlines practices to support numeracy in early learning settings.
Early literacy approaches support the development of foundational skills. This guide outlines key practices for supporting literacy in early learning settings.
Focused classrooms maximise students’ on-task learning time by minimising disruptive behaviour and disengagement. This guide outlines key practices for creating focused classrooms.