Student agency

 

Student agency refers to the level of autonomy and power that a student experiences in the learning environment. Student voice and agency are intrinsically linked. Agency gives students the power to direct and take responsibility for their learning, creating independent and self-regulating learners.

 

Student tracking

Beginning term 2, all students in Years 1 – 6 will increasingly assume greater responsibility for setting learning goals in English and mathematics and also for the monitoring or tracking those goals. Prep students will be supported to do this in term 3.


Students will use tracking sheets to:

  • identify what they can already do, say, make and write/record
  • pinpoint what they still need to do, say, make and write/record in order to make progress
  • become independent learners as they self-monitor and self-assess their work.

 

The tracking sheets are based on the content descriptions of the Victorian Curriculum. We encourage you to talk to you child about this work and how they are progressing.