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Dylan Wiliam

Dylan Wiliam, 2006

Dylan Wiliam is an educationalist who is now the Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. His research focus is the professional development of teachers.[1] His 1998 book, Inside the Black Box, which he wrote with Paul Black, was a successful polemic about formative assessment, selling over 100,000 copies.[2] He demonstrated his ideas in a 2010 BBC documentary series, The Classroom Experiment, in which a class at Hertswood School was encouraged to participate more widely in activities such as answering questions.[3]

References

  1. ^ Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam, UCL, 2015 
  2. ^ Peter Wilby (18 January 2011), "Teaching guru is optimistic about education", The Guardian 
  3. ^ Gerard Gilbert (23 September 2010), "The six secrets of a happy classroom", The Independent 

External links

  • Biography and profiles at Dylan Wiliam’s website


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