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Intro to AFL

A very brief introduction to Assessment For Learning. Thank you to BCELC and Caren Cameron for some of the slides.
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Chris Wejr

on 18 April 2011

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Transcript of Intro to AFL

Assessment For Learning Study done by Black & Wiliam, 1998: 5 countries, 250 studies "assessment specifically designed to promote student learning is the single-most powerful tool we have for raising achievement" What is Assessment For Learning? "any assessment for which the first priority in its design and practice is to serve the purpose of promoting pupil's learning" - Black and Wiliam Key Questions We Need To Be Asking What is the primary/purpose of assessment in your class/school? How do we "fit" AFL principles into our current system that demands percentages and grades? How can we include students more in the process of assessment? Vs FSA Exams University Entrance Late marks, zeros, and homework?
How do we shift the focus from %, letters, #'s
to descriptive feedback? How do we get students, parents, society on board?
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