Part 1. Assessment for intentional teaching
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Part 2. Introducing assessment practices
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Part 3. Gathering information about children’s learning
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Part 4. Multiple perspectives
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Part 5. Learning stories
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Part 6. Narrative assessment techniques
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Part 7. Responding with intentionality
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Part 8. Assessment and intentional teaching in daily practice
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Conclusion
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Apply and consolidate

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In each part of the course, we are going to invite you to engage in an assessment or intentional teaching activity in your own setting, related to what we have been learning together on the course. By the end of the course, you will have worked through an assessment cycle in relation to a particular child or group of children’s learning and developed some intentional teaching in response.

For this first part of the course, we invite you to select a child or group of children to be the focus of your assessment practice in the course, and make some notes on what you already know about the child that you can draw on and build into your assessment and planning.

Summary

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What steps do you think you need to take to become more intentional in your teaching practices with children? Please discuss this with the other course participants below:

Further reading and resources

Learn more about the principles that underpin effective pedagogy and curriculum design in this guide.

Find The Education Hub’s resource on intentional teaching here and read the additional sections on ‘How to teach intentionally’ which covers intentional practice in several aspects of early childhood education (curriculum, pedagogy, environments and interactions, and evaluation).

Watch this webinar about the concept of sustained shared thinking as an intentional teaching practice.