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World eCitizen Action Research Projects by Mind Map: World eCitizen Action Research
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World eCitizen Action Research Projects

Chris Yapp, UK. Assessment as if learning mattered

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Roger and Eva, Australia Evolutionary Learning

Priti Lala Podar Education Complex

Marion Scott Baker Cheam

Elaine Australia

Zdena Hamerhaltova Czech Republic

What outcomes do you want?

Skills

Standards

Knowledge transfer

Independent learning

Collaborative learning

What are your students expected to do?

Skills

Standards

Knowledge transfer

Independent learning

Collaborative learning

Katya Toneva, International School

Achievement for All

Achievement for All The National Strategies are currently working with the DCSF and National College for School Leadership (NCSL) to develop the Achievement for All (link opens in new window) project. It aims to improve the outcomes of all children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Designed to enable schools and local authorities to reflect on existing strategies that are effective for children and young people with SEND, the project will also provide the capacity to strengthen provision in areas impacting on this group of learners. This pilot project will take place in around 450 schools across 10 local authorities from September 2009 to September 2011. The local authorities involved in the pilot project are: Bexley Camden Coventry East Sussex Essex Gloucestershire Nottinghamshire Oldham Redcar and Cleveland Sheffield There are three main strands to the project. These are: Assessment, tracking and intervention Structured conversations with parents Provision for developing wider outcomes

Sonia Blandford

Sonia's presentation

What do you do about failure?

How do you measure success?

Hot Potatoes

Posterous

Marilyn Leask

Marilyn's presentation

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