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Next network seminar: Saturday 15th October 2016
The central focus of our 4th seminar, held on 25 June, was open-ended learning. Using participants' experiences and discussion activities, we explored how and why teachers may choose to offer experiences that encourage open-ended learning. The next seminar will be held on 15 October, focusing on 'the ethic of everybody'. We hope to be joined by two colleagues from Germany whose teaching and research links closely with the key ideas and principles of Learning without Limits.
A new book by Alison Peacock, Assessment for Learning without Limits, (Open University Press), shows clearly the damage done by assessment contaminated by ability-labelling and other ability-based practices, and argues the moral and educational necessity of doing assessment in a different way.