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Inside Teaching : October 2010
www.atra.edu.au | firstname.lastname@example.org CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT 35 with our own school-based tools, enables us to turn the paradigm of personalisation towards something more like a differentiated curriculum. It also means we can identify common confusion and misconceptions that can be planned for across whole year levels. ■ John Davidson is the Teaching and Learning Leader at Fitzroy High School, Melbourne. * The names in Figures 2 and 3 are fictitious. REFERENCES Davidson, J. (2009). NAPLAN or napalm? TLN Journal. 16(1): 3-5. NAPLAN Data Service. (2004). Using NAPLAN data diagnostically: An introductory guide for classroom teachers. Melbourne: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Available at www.vcaa.vic. edu.au/vcaa/prep10/nAPLAN/ schools/teachersguide- usingnaplandata.pdf LINKS www.tln.org.au www.naplan.edu.au www.vcaa.vic.edu.au For more on Philip Holmes-Smith’s Student Performance Analyser, visit www.sreams.com.au christmas food & gift appeal CONNECTIONS UNITINgCarE Donate non-perishable food and gifts to help those in need TODaY. Call 1800 137 036 or visit www.connections.org.au