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To enable students to grow, they need to have insights into their own learning and development. Students must be actively engaged in their own learning process.

**Formative assessment?**

Formative assessment in the classroom increases students' ownership, engagement, and motivation in their learning.

Formative assessment refers to all the activities that teachers undertake to monitor, interpret, and use students' learning activities to make better decisions.

Formative learning is a cyclical process that consists of the following three core questions:

**Where is the student heading?**By clarifying learning objectives and sharing success criteria, you contribute to answering this question.**Where is the student now?**As a teacher, you aim to facilitate effective discussions and provide tasks and activities that provide evidence of learning.**How will the student reach the desired situation?**Provide feedback focused on "further learning" and activate students to stimulate ownership.

Most teachers can probably recall a recent visit from the education inspectorate.

A common remark from the inspectorate is the absence of learning objectives at the beginning of the lesson. And they have a valid point: stating the expectations towards the students is crucial for a good lesson.

What do your students need and what do they still find challenging?

This is a wealth of information. Use this information to make your next lesson a little better.

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the student stand?

If a student already knows where they want to work towards, then the second step is "knowing where you currently stand".

Here, the teacher plays an important role, but also the fellow students! **Peer feedback **at this stage is a powerful tool to use because it increases ownership among students.

LessonUp can also be a powerful tool to help students realize where they stand.

What do your students already know about a specific topic, or what do they remember from previous lessons?

It is important to determine which students understand the subject matter. "Knowing whether all students still remember and understand what you aim to teach is essential for long-term learning."

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Let students assess each other and activate students as an important source of information for one another! An effective activity is "think-pair-share".

Asking open-ended questions is an effective way to make students think about the subject matter. You can do this in LessonUp with an open question, a word web, or with the spinner.

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- Provide clear instructions and quality expectations.
- Review the work briefly and give feedback.
- Let students give themselves feedback.
- Let students give each other feedback (peer feedback).
- Provide individual feedback.

By using interactive elements during your lesson, you provide feedback to your students. Students need to retrieve the material and think about it. Use this frequently in your lessons as a starting point. This stimulates motivation and higher learning outcomes.

A good format to assess if the assignment is clear to the students, if they understand the material, and it is perceived as less personal by students.

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