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Formative Assessment
A Brief Overview
Discussing Formative Assessment
One thing that strikes a chord with you from this video
In this session :
Learning Intentions
To deepen our understanding of Formative Assessment
To develop our confidence in giving effective formative feedback
Teaching
Learning
What is our understanding of
formative
and
summative
assessment?

Assessment
"The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback''
Eberly Centre: Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation, 2015
"The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit"
So What Does Formative Assessment Involve?
Formative Feedback
Formative Assessment
Effective Formative Feedback

Indicates suggestions for
improvement

Focused on the quality of the
student work

Related to agreed success criteria

Identifies success and
achievement
Prompts student thinking

Given in a timely fashion and allows time for improvement to
take place
Making Feedback Effective
What does good feedback look like ?
Types of Effective Feedback
• A reminder prompt is most suitable for able students

• A scaffold prompt scaffolds the learning for students who need more support than a simple reminder



• An example prompt can be extremely successful
with all students, but especially with less able
students

‘Say more about how the actions of this leader influenced future events’.
‘Describe something that happened when the molten lava met the river’.
“He is a good friend because he never says unkind things”, “He is a friend because he never tells lies.
Formative Feedback Group Activity
Assign the different types of feedback :

R: Reminder
S: Scaffold
E: Example
Formative & Summative Assessment
Success Criteria
A greater understanding of Formative Assessment
Increased confidence in giving effective feedback to students in our classes
Learning Intentions
& Success Criteria
Effective Questioning
Formative Feedback
Students Reflecting
on Their Learning

How they will recognise when they have succeeded ?


What students are going
to learn?
what students are going to learn?
Framing, delivering, timing, soliciting and
responding to questions
To provide information about student knowledge, understanding and skills
Provide students with timely, meaningful and effective feedback
Help students to take the next
steps in their learning
Support students in taking more responsibility for their own learning and progress
Questions ?
In this session :
Learning Intentions
To deepen our understanding of Formative Assessment
To develop our confidence in giving effective formative feedback
Success Criteria
A greater understanding of Formative Assessment
Increased confidence in giving effective feedback to students in our classes
http://www.juniorcycle.ie/Assessment/On-going-assessment
Checking In:
Your Understanding of Formative Assessment
1
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Checking In:
Your Understanding of Formative Assessment
1
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Types of Effective Feedback
• A reminder prompt is most suitable for able students

• A scaffold prompt scaffolds the learning for students who need more support than a simple reminder



• An example prompt can be extremely successful
with all students, but especially with less able
students

‘Say more about how the actions of this leader influenced future events’.
‘Describe something that happened when the molten lava met the river’.
“He is a good friend because he never says unkind things”, “He is a friend because he never tells lies.
Formative Feedback Group Activity
Assign the different types of feedback :

R: Reminder
S: Scaffold
E: Example

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