Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Utilizing an Experiential Approach to Teacher Learning about AfL: A Consciousness Raising Opportunity
In this article we focus on how an experiential based approach to teacher learning about assessment for learning (AfL) provided opportunities for teachers to examine: their deep-seated beliefs about effective learning (and teaching); how these beliefs permeated their day-to-day actions and interactions with students, and the consequence of these actions and interactions for student learning. It also pays attention to how teacher self-efficacy in the use of various AfL strategies was developed through a heightened awareness of the beneficial effects of these strategies on teachers’ own learning in particular.
Dixon, Helen and Hawe, Eleanor
"Utilizing an Experiential Approach to Teacher Learning about AfL: A Consciousness Raising Opportunity,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 41
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol41/iss11/1
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