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Self/Peer Assessment - Individual Learning Goals

Year One Training

Laurie Foster

on 31 October 2013

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Transcript of Self/Peer Assessment - Individual Learning Goals

Welcome! Learning Goals: describe what students are expected to learn provide students with a clear vision of where they are going focus effective teacher feedback on learning develop student's self-assessment and self-regulation skills I can... 1. use my descriptive Feedback as a catalyst to the peer/self assessment process. 2. I will be able to... identify and create Individual Learning
Goals 3. We are learning about... self and peer assessment and how to implement this into our everyday teaching. Assessment for Learning Guiding Questions: Where are they in their learning. Where am I now? Where am I trying to go? 1. 2. 3. are prepared in combination with your Curriculum Document(s) @teachingboys ASSESSMENT... serves different purposes at different times: used to help students improve learning, or how much they have learned must be planned, purposeful and accurate & must be aligned with the curriculum, instruction, grading & reporting must be balanced, oral, performance, written & flexible ...and instruction are inseparable.
Effective assessment informs learning informs students in words about that they have done well, not numerical scores or letter grades is collaborative and most effective when it involves self, peer and teacher assessment. It helps students to take ownership of their learning Descriptive Feedback: Feedback provides information to students & teachers about learning. helps to reduce the gap between the student's current level of understanding and/or performance & a desired goal. have powerful positive effects on student learning and engagement. E f f e c t i v e F e e d b a c k Structure: Focus: amount: what was done well use a positive tone must match the Success Criteria match Learning Goals & Success Criteria what needs improvement how to improve avoid overwhelming student with too much can be posed as a question Prioritize: what needs immediate attention 1st try to limit feedback to 2/3 specific recommendations related to Learning Goal Self/Peer Assessment: ...is the process by which the student gathers information about & reflects on his/her own learning ...it's the student's own assessment of personal
progress in knowledge, skills, processes, or attitudes Resources: Edugains website for videos and PDF's "Talk About Assessment" "Advancing Formative Assessment in Every Classroom" -Damian Cooper -Moss & Brookhart Peer/Self Assessment
Individual Learning Goals Today's Focus: Research: "Self assessment by pupils, is in fact an essential component of formative assessment. When anyone is trying to learn, feedback about the effort has three elements: recognition of the desired goal, evidence about present position, and some understanding of a way to close the gap between the two.
...If formative assessment is to be productive, pupils should be trained in self-assessment so that they can understand the main purposes of their learning and thereby grasp what they need to achieve." Black & William, 1998 What do I need to get there? How will I know I have accomplished what I set out to do? 4. 5. To Help Students Determine: Where They Are Now...Teachers Can... Where Where They Intend to Go...Teachers Can... What They Need to Do To Get There...Teachers Can... Whether They Have Accomplished What They Had Set Out To Do...Teachers Can... Success Criteria What will my best work look like? What do I need to do to be successful? April 9/13 Related to a specific task Self/Peer Assessment Students: Independent Learners - gather information about their learning - reflect on how well they are learning - plan next steps to improve their learning STUDENTS: (in order for Self/Peer Assessment to work) - must know explicitly what they are learning LEARNING GOALS - must know what it looks like when they have learned SUCCESS CRITERIA - what and how to improve DESCRIPTIVE FEEDBACK - how to assess their work SELF/PEER ASSESSMENT - take specific next steps to improve INDIVIDUAL LEARNING GOALS Rolheiser & Ross (2000) 4 Stage Model: for teaching students to Self Assess EXAMPLES FOR YOUR CLASSROOM: Found on the Shared Drive
Teacher to Teacher
Assessment for Learning Folder or by emailing lafoster@tbcdsb.on.ca
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