21 • Self-regulated learning: using digital technologies to support learners’ selfregulated learning (enable learners to plan, monitor and reflect on their own learning). 4. Assessment • Assessment strategies: a) using digital technologies for formative and summative assessment, b) enhancing the diversity and suitability of assessment formats and approaches. • Analysing evidence: producing, selecting, analysing, and interpreting digital evidence on learner activity, performance, and progress, to inform teaching and learning. • Feedback and planning: a) using digital technologies to provide targeted and timely feedback to learners, b) adapting teaching strategies and giving targeted support based on the evidence provided by the digital technologies, c) enabling learners and parents to understand the evidence provided by digital technologies and use such evidence for decision-making. 5. Empowering Learners • Accessibility and inclusion: a) ensuring accessibility to learning resources and activities for all learners, including those with special needs, b) responding to learners’ (digital) expectations, abilities, misconceptions, and constraints (contextual, physical, or cognitive) to their use of digital technologies. • Differentiation and personalisation: using digital technologies to address learners’ diverse learning needs (to advance at distinct levels and speeds and follow individual learning pathways and objectives). • Actively engaging learners: a) using digital technologies to foster learners’ active and creative engagement with a subject matter,