Teachers … use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross, then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own.” Kazantzakis Instructional strategies are carefully crafted by teachers to enrich learning experiences for all students. Effective instructional strategies are anchored by curriculum design and formative assessment…

The key features of effective learning environments are that they create student engagement and allow teachers, learners, and their peers to ensure that the learning is proceeding in the intended direction. That is why assessment is, indeed, the bridge between teaching and learning.” Wiliam Assessment and instruction are interconnected. When designing a framework for quality…

The curricula, learning experiences and overall environment must be centered on fostering the skills and mindset of self-directed lifelong learning, with 21st century competencies strategically interwoven through the learning experiences.” Nature of Learning, OECD Teachers approach curriculum in purposeful and intentional ways, designing learning experiences that are relevant, meaningful and support students to acquire the…