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- what’s the difference (by Labrats)

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- what’s the difference (by Labrats)
Feedback or Assessment?
The process in which the outcome of certain activities towards the achievement of certain goals are communicated or returned in order to modify the next action towards achieving the set goals and objectives.

Feedback involves the information sent to students about their prior behaviour so that they may adjust their current and future behaviours towards the desired result.

Feedback takes place whenever an environment reacts to an action or behavior.

Feedback gives the students guidance on how improve their learning or performance.

It is vital in all learning contexts.
The wide variety of methods that are employed by educators to evaluate, measure and document elements of learning, such as:
student’s readiness to learn
successful acquisition of certain skills and knowledge
understanding of certain facts and abilities to recall them
analytical and comprehensive skills
How to Give Meaningful feedback?
Giving feedback
Give compliments, suggestions and corrections
Good feedback supports and promotes effective learning
Good feedback is meaningful and useful
Validity – the feedback should evaluate the intended learning outcome
Feedback should be informative and a learning experience itself
Provide concrete examples on suggestions

Assessment’s main purposes are:
to measure whether the students have achieved the intended learning outcomes.
to improve teaching and learning

Assessment is a vital part of curriculum design.
what is the difference between feedback and assessment?
Prepare for peer-review
Binghamton University, Assessment FOR, OF, and AS Learning: http://bit.ly/1NVRN8r

The University of Sheffield, Assessment: http://bit.ly/1Ov4OZN

John Hopskins School of Education, Assessment as Feedback: http://bit.ly/1ptDcF2

Cornell Unicersity, Centre for Teaching Excellence, Measuring Student Learning: http://bit.ly/1Qa9K6h

Businessdictonary.com, Feedback: http://bit.ly/1Qa9K6h

The Glossary of Educational Refors, Assessment: http://edglossary.org/assessment/

Ulster University (2015), Assessment Handbook: http://bit.ly/1QkKJ7B

Think: What is the difference between feedback and assessment?
1. Read this document: http://bit.ly/1NWNwBx
2. Go to the blog you have been given and Read:
The previous feedback
3. Assess the person’s reflections against these criteria:
Has the writer taken the points to her/his reflections since the previous feedback?
Does the writer understand what she/he is writing/reflecting about?
Is there a connection between the topic and the writers vocational field?
Could the reflection be used in the future in the writer’s job as a vocational teacher?
Comment on the skills that have been developed on the way

4. Recall how to give meaningful feedback.
5. Write down your thoughts and Prepare to share them during our session. You will have 5 minutes to give your feedback at the session. You can also use visuals or show parts of the writer’s blog.
6. Give the person you are evaluating time to think and comment your reflection.
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