The Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning form a framework that synthesises research-based recommendations about assessment practices that will improve student achievement. The strategies are organised around three questions formative assessment must answer for students in order to reap the achievement gains noted in the research. The questions are: Where am I going?, Where am I now? and How can I close the gap? The Seven Strategies framework is sequenced so you can use it systematically to incorporate assessment for learning practices into daily teaching and assessment activities. There is further information about how to execute each strategy in the book Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It Right - Using It Well also available from Hawker Brownlow Education.