Assessment

By Jacqueline Dunston

Key Strategies

Strategy 1: Classifying, Understanding, sharing learning intentions

Strategy 2: Engineering Effective Classroom Discussion, tasks, and activities that elicit evidence of learning.

Strategy 3: Providing feedback that moves learner forwards.

Strategy 4: Activating students learning resources.

Strategy 5: Activating student as owner of their own learning.

Your own ideas about both formative and summative assessments

Formative Assessment is gathering information. This process determines a student's strength and weakness. For example, drawing a concept map to determine their knowledge about a class topic.

Summative Assessment is used to evaluate how much a student has learned. A great example is a midterm or final examine.

How both sets of ideas could be implemented to create an effective classroom environment

Formative Assessment is gathering information. This process determines a students strength and weakness. For example, drawing a concept map to determine their knowledge about a class topic.

Summative Assessment is used to evaluate how much a student has learned. A great example is a midterm or final examine.