Date
21 April 2019

Develop systems for monitoring and evaluating student learning within a collaborative environment

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘​Supporting inclusive teaching practice before transitioning into the new space’

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Use collaborative tools

Use collaborative tools

Teachers at Halswell School use Google Docs and Google Hangouts to support collaborative planning, teaching, and assessment.

Use Google spreadsheets

Use Google spreadsheets

In this year 4 class, planning is shared via a Google sheet with students using a “must do – can do” system. Learning goals, progress, and next steps can be viewed at any time.

Share information and strategies

Share information and strategies

Your school’s SMS provides a central repository for collating information, setting goals with students, and monitoring progress.

Provide learning pathways

Provide learning pathways

The learning pathways at Ormiston Primary School are housed in a Google site. They enable students to work at their own pace and connect with teachers as they need to.

Support learners

Support learners

In a collaborative teaching environment teachers have more flexibility to be responsive to, and meet the needs of individual learners.

Useful resources

Useful resources

Effective learning in classrooms

Effective learning in classrooms

Read time: 302 min

Publisher: Paul Chapman Publishing

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Easier said than done: Collaborative learning

Read time: 13 min

Publisher: Imaginative Minds Group

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “​Support inclusive teaching practices”:

Return to the guide “Planning innovative learning environments (ILEs)”

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