Dylan Wiliam in the News


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Greg Ashman: An interview with Dylan Wiliam

Originally posted on gregashman.wordpress.com Dylan Wiliam is a world authority on formative assessment and Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at the UCL Institute of Education in London. His popular book on formative assessment, Embedded Formative Assessment, was recently released as a revised edition and his latest book, Creating the Schools our Children Need, critically examines the ways we […]

2 Simple Changes to Create the Schools our Children Need

By Dylan Wiliam, author of Creating the Schools our Children Need and best-seller Embedding Formative Assessment. This article was originally published in Teach Secondary Magazine on Oct 22, 2018.  Currently, according to the results of the latest round of international PISA tests, approximately 120,000 students leave school in England each year without the literacy they need to participate effectively in society, and around […]

High-Stakes K12 Testing

Article originally published in District Administration  By Shawna De La Rosa Testing impacts learners and schools in the U.S. differently than it impacts those in many other nations In most of the developed world, high-stakes tests make or break a student’s future, sometimes before the age of 12. Many countries use national benchmarks to assess […]

Dylan Wiliam: A move to combat ‘folk teaching’

Featuring Dylan Wiliam, author of Creating the Schools our Children Need and best-seller Embedding Formative Assessment.This article was originally published on witf.org on Oct 30, 2018. Written by Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads A move to combat ‘folk teaching,’ conference connecting teachers with researchers comes to Pa. On Saturday morning in North Philadelphia, a confident British man named Dylan Wiliam stood before about […]

Forbes Magazine: Expert Dylan Wiliam Comments on Teacher Strikes for Smaller Classrooms

This article was originally published in Forbes Magazine. Article written by Natalie Wexler   Striking teachers in Los Angeles are complaining about the number of students in their classes, which can go as high as 46. While many teachers and parents see benefits in smaller classes, they’re costly, and the evidence they boost achievement is slim. […]

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Teacher Learning is Every Leader’s Priority

LSI author Dylan Wiliam sits down with Ollie Lovell of ERRR (Education Research Reading Room) to discuss his book Leadership for Teacher Learning. Dylan Wiliam is author of the best-selling book Embedding Formative Assessment, and his newest bookCreating the Schools Our Children Need: Why What We’re Doing Right Now Won’t Help Much And What We Can Do Instead. In today’s episode […]