Description

Learning Landscapes are assessment tools that can be used formatively to map progress in specific skills in the classroom and can contribute to learning without levels. Learning Landscapes can help both teachers and students recognise specific aspects of behaviour linked to a specific skill that provide evidence of their success in that skill. They can also be used to target next steps and therefore have a strong formative potential and can contribute to assessment without levels. Issues of gender and other diversity concerns can also be incorporated.

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