Using student voice to improve practice by @molin_bryan

Name: Bryan Molin
Twitter name: @molin_bryan
Sector: Secondary
Subject taught (if applicable): Maths
Position: Assistant Principal
What is your advice about? Using student voice to improve practice

  1. Establish a culture of learning in the classroom, an attitude of “we’re all in this together”.
  2. Use marking feedback from students as a tool to fine tune planning.
  3. Use lead learners proactively to get feedback on activities and ideas for future lessons.
  4. Ask your head of department to join focus groups so that you can discuss students feedback on teaching and learning in your area.
  5. Evaluate each scheme/half term/unit with the students once complete, so it can be improved for next time.
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