My Learner ID Series supports 30 Statements of ‘Highly Effective Practice’ in the new framework for school self-evaluation. Statement such as:
‘Pupils see themselves as learners and demonstrate this in their positive and reflective approach to classwork and homework’ (p.13)
‘Pupils assess their progress and are aware of their strengths and areas for development as learners’ (p.16)
‘Pupils take responsibility for their own learning..’ (p.16)
‘Teachers use parent teacher meetings to support parents’ meaningful involvement in their children’s education and development as learners’ (p.17)
‘Those in leadership and management roles value pupils’ views..’ (p. 20)
My LID supports teachers in fulfilling the following teacher guidelines to record:
While not a mental health resource, My LID nurtures learner well-being through empowerment, responsibility, ownership and voice in learning. Ownership and efficacy in learning inevitably will have a reciprocal beneficial effect on learner well-being.
My LID Series compliments Aistear by:
My LID Series fulfil the intent of AFL by using assessment in the classroom as a tool to improve students’ learning characterised by:
My Learner ID Series provides a coherent, developmental and stage appropriate framework for tracking the voice of the learner through Assessment for Learning (AfL) methodologies, self and peer assessment opportunities, use of rubrics and opportunities to respond.
My LID moves beyond the guidelines in introducing open-ended assessment methodologies, PCP frameworks and in focusing the learner, through varied assessment methodologies, on learning how to learn and actualising as a learner.
My LID Series: