"The remarkable feature of the evidence is that the greatest effects on student learning occur when teachers become learners of their own teaching, and when students become their own teachers" (Hattie)
In a learning community, teachers are the experts in learning, practising and reflecting, engaging with various forms of evidence and feedback. Working individually and collaboratively within the learning community, teachers continually review, refine, unlearn and relearn their practice. To do this, teacher require an environment with the right values, and an evolved skillset to support open collaboration, dialogue and examination of their own practice. We can support these processes and skills, along with support for the implementation of a suite of instruments which support the gathering of feedback, the generation of meaningful data and the exploration of new practices.