Sharing knowledge and expertise
Find out how educators are using the Confident Learners Literacy Program to make meaningful gains in student literacy and graduation rates and how the Early Years Evaluation and Tell Them From Me (TTFM) are being used to better meet the needs of children, families and educators.
Early Years Development and Kindergarten Readiness
Hear educators discuss how they are using the Early Years Evaluation to identify the early learning skills of children and put targeted classroom instruction, and appropriate intervention in place as children prepare for kindergarten.
Lynbrook Primary School: Using Early Years Evaluation to guide teaching, target instruction and monitor progress.
Medicine Hat Public School Division: Integrating the Early Years Evaluation into classroom practice.
Lac La Ronge Indian Band Education: Using Early Years Evaluation to connect educators with families and caregivers.
Learn out more about the Confident Learners Literacy Program and how it is empowering educators with data to make meaningful gains in student literacy and graduation rates.
Using data from the Confident Learners assessments educators were able to identify learning gaps early and target instruction.
Lac La Ronge Indian Band Education: Empowering educators with literacy data to improve student reading success.
Learn about the Confident Learners Literacy Program and its development with Indigenous communities throughout Canada.
School Improvement and Planning
Find out how educators are using the Tell Them From Me survey to make evidence-based school planning decisions with confidence about critical topics such as student engagement, mental health, school safety and inclusivity, and many others.
Lynbrook Primary School, VIC: Using the TTFM survey to capture student voice and guide school improvements.
Daniella Secondary College, WA: Using TTFM as part of the Fogarty EDvance Program to drive school improvement and parental engagement.
Pelaw Main Public School, NSW: Find out how they incorporating the voice of the community into their school planing process.