New blog post: Harry Fletcher-Wood and the 'tuning fork of teaching'

25 April 2016

Harry Fletcher-Wood, author of Ticked Off, has uploaded a new entry on his blog Improving Teaching in which he discusses how using ˜exit tickets™ as student feedback loops can assist in the assessment of student understanding and act as a ˜tuning fork™ for the teacher™s benefit in tailoring their teaching to the students™ needs.

Click here to read Harry™s insight on implementing this teaching and assessment tool in the classroom.

And if the article sparks some curiosity in wanting to see Harry™s book, Ticked Off, for yourself, you can take a sneaky peek at some of the pages inside here before making the book yours for only £9.99!


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