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Aspiring Leaders


Laurie Foster

on 21 March 2013

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Assessment Welcome Everyone! Vice Principals
Aspiring Leaders AS Learning * students set their own goals & reflect on adjusting their own learning Assessment FOR Learning *used to promote learning
*includes both initial & diagnostic assessment
*early drafts, first tries, practice assignments Assessment OF Learning *determine a student's achievement
at a given point in time
*summative assessment
*report card grades based on AOL For example... For example... For example... Learning Goals are brief statements that are
posted and orally stated:
* describe what students should STUDENT-FRIENDLY *describe what students should be able know to do by the end of a period of instruction When sharing the learning goals with students,
state them from a student's perspective: "I can...I will be able to...We are learning to..." 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 Sentence Craft and Fluency:
2.4 write complete sentences that communicate
their meaning accurately, varying sentence type,
structure, and length for different purposes
and making logical transitions between ideas Curriculum Expectation: Learning Goals: ENG 1P I will be able to Curriculum Expectation: 1.1 explain the meaning of the term function, and
distinguish a function from a relation that is
not a function, through investigation of linear
and quadratic relations using a variety of representations MCR 3U Learning Goal: We are learning to determine whether a relation is a function Curriculum Expectation: -explain the causes of World War I and
World War II and how Canada became
involved in these two wars CHC 2D Learning Goal: I can explain the events that led to Canada's involvement in the First World War Assessment For Learning Project St. Pat's & St. Ignatius 36 teachers involved One year of Ministry Training Instructional Rounds Rounds is an adaption & extension of the medical rounds model which is used routinely in medical schools and teaching hospitals to develop the diagnostic and treatment practice of physicians....a group of medical interns visit patients, observe and discuss the evidence for diagnoses, and, after a thorough analysis of the evidence, discuss possible treatments. Professional Learning Social Science
English Goals: improve student learning Elementary & Secondary Schools TBCDSB teachers learning from teachers students engaged as co-learners teachers pre-planning assessment data related to teacher learning & practice Students comparing their work to
a set of exemplars. providing descriptive feedback
without a mark assigning a mark to a culminating activity I can... 1. recognize the difference between Assessment for,
Assessment as, and Assessment of Learning 2. I will be able to... identify and create Learning Goals 3. We are learning about... the difference between Summative, Formative, & Diagnostic Assessment Assessment FOR Learning TBCDSB's... "Without the benefit of knowing how to assess and regulate their own learning, they try to perform well on assignments without knowing exactly where they are headed, what they need to do to get there, and how they will tell when they have arrived." Assessment for Learning Formative Assessment Defined... An active, continual process in which teachers and students work together - every day, every minute - to gather evidence of learning. Guiding Questions: Where am I going? Where am I now? What strategy or strategies can help
me get to where I need to go? 1. 2. 3. "Without the benefit of knowing how to assess and regulate their own learning, they try to perform well on assignments without knowing exactly where they are headed, what they need to do to get there, and how they will tell when they have arrived." Moss & Brookhart Diagnostic Assessment: -the try out/audition Summative Assessment: -the game/final performance are prepared in combination with your Curriculum Document(s) Prepared By:
Laurie Foster @teachingboys } *are the Curriculum objectives re-written in language ...(also known as pre-assessments) provide teachers with information about student's prior knowledge and misconceptions before learning takes place take place during a learning activity to provide the instructor with information regarding how well the learning objectives of a given learning activity are being met. takes place at the end of an activity or unit in order to measure the level of success or proficiency that has been obtained by the student. Most frequently used
for report card marks. 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 Want to create self-monitoring learners Effective Learning Goals Identify knowledge/skills that students should know verbs used in Learning Goals are specific & observable use student-friendly language are brief & concise are stated from the student's perspective Sharing & Clarifying Goals: 1. Display goals in the classroom. posted on chart paper displayed on Smart Board 2. Written down in notes. written down on a L.G. sheet 3. Reflect on & discuss the meaning of goals. 4. Make explicit connections between goals,
learning activities, & demonstration of achievement 5. Connect feedback to learning goals. Moss & Brookhart I will be able to... explain the causes of WWI by the end of today's class. create sentences that communicate effectively what I am trying to say We are learning to write sentences for different purposes. I will be able to place logical transitions in between my sentences (ideas) 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 Math Religion Learning Goals How am I going? Success Criteria in Formative Assessment Success Criteria: ...are standards or rules which students use to make judgements about the quality of performance. ...students use success criteria to determine what progress they are making toward achieving Learning Goals. ...teachers determine what characteristics, traits, or qualities they will look for in the student's
performance. Secondary
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