This workshop will explore how to personalize learning and make assessment transparent for both teachers and students using co-constructed success criteria and single point rubrics.
Angela Kailley is a Humanities and Social Studies teacher with a passion for empowering students to take ownership of their learning, and developing a strong sense of self and the world in which they live. Currently she is exploring effective assessment and communicating student learning practices and collaborating with colleagues in her position as a District Helping Teacher.
Shenny Nanji is a Literacy Helping Teacher with a background in Humanities and Social Studies. She has a passion for designing curriculum that is inclusive and reflects the diversity of skills, experiences and backgrounds of our learners. Currently she is collaborating with colleagues in her position as District Helping Teacher to design meaningful learning experiences that provide multiple access points and support for all learners.