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Initial assessment for use with learners

A description and analysis of various initial assessment styles

Glenn Hudd

on 24 January 2013

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Initial Assessment
in Lifelong Learning INITIAL ASSESSMENT “Initial assessment needs to be done with learners rather than to them. It should be of benefit to learners and help them feel positive about themselves and their potential to learn.”
Green, M. (2003) Initial Assessment: a learner-centred process Functional Skills Learning Styles Needs and support Dyslexia Subject knowledge Rate of learning Physical and cognitive abilities Functional Skills I.T English language English Literature Maths Learning needs and Support Dyslexia Learning Styles Linguistic Auditory Visual Verbal Kinaesthetic Interpersonal Intrapersonal Logical Physical and cognitive abilities Subject knowledge and rate of learning The importance of varied initial assessment Practical activities Team work Tests Q and A Feedback Questionnaires Assignments Games Quizzes The Role of initial assessment Why is it important? How can it help Tutors and Learners? What is it for? Interview
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