In this response, we consider the Rights of Learners, in particular considering the ways "assessment for learners" policies and practices may be woven into the rights. We also consider findings from neuroscience on the positive role played by mistakes and suggest adding such findings to the messages given in classrooms.
Response to Article
, Anderson, R.
Considering the Rights of Learners in Classrooms: The Importance of Mistakes and Growth Assessment Practices.
Democracy and Education,
(2), Article 7.
Available at: https://democracyeducationjournal.org/home/vol26/iss2/7