Bring you the best of breed hardware, software and apps to give teachers the tools to make effective assessment a reality.
The Dynamic Model of educational effectiveness (Creemers & Kyriakides, 2006, 2011) identifies 21 particular teaching practices, grouped under eight headings. These include Questioning, Teaching Modelling and Assessment. Effective assessment is a no doubt a priority for every teacher and every school and wherever possible, it makes sense to judge the effectiveness of teaching from its impact on assessed learning.
Where does technology fit in?
Schools are full of systems, electronic processes and end-user devices that can collectively deliver a robust digital platform for continuous and effective assessment. However, in too many schools this results in lots of data harvesting and little real assessment to support informed decision making. At New Ways to Learn, we understand the importance of “digital” in supporting assessment and bring you the best of breed hardware, software and apps to give teachers the tools to make effective assessment a reality.