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Do you put children and young people at the centre of their own education?
Children are always at the centre of their own learning - no one else can learn for them - but they're not always at the centre of their education. This might mean having an active part in guiding that education, being encouraged to pursue their own goals, being taught to teach themselves, making sure they can evaluate their own achievement etc.
No - the teacher should be at the centre
Yes - I successfully put the learner at the centre
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About this tool...
This tool asks a series of questions about your practice in supporting progression. It's based on the findings of the Musical Progressions Roundtable - a group of people working across the UK to look at how progression is most effectively supported.