πŸ‘ Teacher learning, not student test results, should be a national priority for Australia

Liked Teacher learning, not student test results, should be a national priority for Australia by By Ian Hardy (EduResearch Matters)
Useful data can also include teachers’ notes about student academic progress more generally, their level of attentiveness in class, as well as about their well-being and social engagement with their peers, and other adults in the school. Seeking to work productively with a wide and deep array of data, beyond simply standardized measures, is the key to fostering substantive teacher learning for student learning.

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