A fantastic conversation with Year 4 teacher, Emma Wasson, where she talks about the power of using Verso Check-in with her students.
“I feel like a more capable contributor, not only to my classroom and to my students but also to my team”
It is so powerful to hear Emma sharing the importance of finding time to seek, value and respond to the voices of her students, and the tremendous value she places on diagnosis and discovery. As a reflective practitioner Emma is ready to learn with and from her students. She is committed to building agency, making learning visible, and developing her students’ capacity to monitor and advance their own learning and well-being.
Emma sees her students’ responses to the check-in as feedback on her practice, noting that it allows her to evaluate her impact in the classroom, giving her confidence in her own ability and the data she needs to develop and plan appropriately challenging activities that meet the needs of all learners.