In my last post I asked about alternatives to the 5 minute per teacher scramble that is secondary school parent-teacher evening. No response.
If I ruled the education world, it would look like this. Every student would have an e-portfolio. A site or a blog. The site or blog would cover all of the learning areas that the learner was involved in.
The learning intentions for every learning area would be very explicit. The learners would know what they were learning and why they were learning it. And then they would also know how they learned it.
The teachers would have commented on how well the learners have learned whatever it was they should be learning. And they would have indicated what the next steps could be. And they would have seen what the learners were learning in other subject areas. And maybe they could all work together to make cohesive links in their curricula.
Wouldn't that be a grand thing?