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How can we craft effective assessment for learning?
Join Mike Chiles, experienced Middle Leader, Principal Examiner and author and Andrew Hammond, Senior Director of Learning for a fireside chat exploring how teachers can rethink their approach to assessment to establish the foundations to support learning.

This session will be available on demand.

Mar 2, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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Andrew Hammond
Senior Director Learning & Community @Discovery Education
Andrew served in schools for over 20 years, as Classteacher, Head of Department, Deputy Headteacher and Headteacher in both independent and maintained sector schools. A prolific author, Andrew has written numerous titles for a range of educational publishers. He has a BA QTS from Bath and an MA from King’s College London. He is currently studying for an Ed.D at Buckingham, researching the power of culture to deliver character traits and attitudes in schools. He is interested in how schools turn values-based platitudes into practice and how we best support pupils’ personal and cultural development by supporting the personal development of their teachers. Andrew joined Discovery Education in September 2019 as Senior Director of Learning. He designed the Pathway Programme and is series editor for its content. He is passionate about supporting the whole teacher.
Mike Chiles
Experienced Middle Leader and Principal Examiner
Michael is an experienced Middle Leader and Principal Examiner, leading departments in several challenging secondary schools in the UK. He has delivered training Nationally and Internationally to support teachers in their approaches to implementing effective assessment practices. In his debut book with John Catt, Michael has written about the importance of school leaders cultivating the right conditions to enable teachers to use assessment as a tool to support learning, in and out of the classroom, to support pupils in closing the knowledge gap.