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Assessment For Learning
Transcript of Assessment For Learning
of work with different qualities
: End the lesson with an evaluative question
Strategy #2: Engineering effective classrooms discussions, tasks and activities that elicit evidence of learning.
Assessment For Learning
What are the 5 key strategies for effective formative assessment?!
: Clarifying, understanding, & sharing learning intentions.
: Engineering effective classrooms discussions, tasks and activities that elicit evidence of learning.
: Providing feedback that moves learners forward.
: Activating students as learning resources for one another
: Activating students as owners of their own learning
Strategy #3: Providing feedback that moves learners forward
to support your argument.
Two stars and a Wish
: Feedback which focuses on two things that student has done well and one area which needs to be developed. The best feedback is not the feedback given to student, but the one given to the teacher. Collect and read the work of the class, then plan and adjust your next lesson to meet student needs.
Strategy #4: Activating students as learning resources for one another
Strategy #5: Activating students as owners of their own learning
: The ‘See Three Before Me’ would help when you train students to always check with three different sources before asking the teacher for help.
: Students need to keep a LogZone, Notebooks/LogBook/iPad, in which they reflect on their learning.
: Students answer questions simultaneously on mini-whiteboards, personal iPads, or multiple choice grids.
No Hands Up
: Activate all students, by using ‘hands up’ ONLY to let them ask questions and not for answering them.
: Summarise the content of lessons in film clips which the students watch independently to prepare for the lesson – VLE/YouTube. Lessons can be then used for conversations and dialogues between teacher & students about the content of the lesson.
: Use checklist to support the feedback that students give to each other.
Traffic Light System
: Have students demonstrate how well they understand the content of the lesson.
Green: I understand & I can explain
Yellow: I have difficulties understanding
Red: You have lost me!