Classroom Practice ContinuumView Resource
The Classroom Practice Continuum brings the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers to life by building out the Professional Practice domain and articulating what teachers at increasing levels of expertise do in the classroom.
By demonstrating progression along the Continuum, teachers can see what it looks like to improve their own classroom practice and the consequent impact of this improvement on student learning, student engagement in learning and student wellbeing.
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Mind in society: the development of higher psychological processes, Vygotsky, L (1978)
'The comfort of competence and the uncertainty of assessment', Griffin, P (2007)
The power of feedback, Hattie, J & Timperley, H (2007)