The focus of the Visible Classroom Program is to encourage teachers to critically assess what they have taught and what their students have learnt in the classroom. Kayleigh Gundry and Dominic Hughes are teachers, at Springwell Junior School in Hounslow, UK and are users of Visible Classroom. They are clearly passionate teachers who recognise the benefits of feedback. They know how valuable Visible Classroom can be in terms facilitating the professional development of teachers, and also student engagement in learning. In this testimonial, they discuss how Visible Classroom has helped them, why they liked the transcripts and how Visible Classroom is different from other feedback measure.



Make sure you check out our other videos explaining Visible Classroom and our additional Visible Classroom teaching testimonials!

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