ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING

Formative and Summative Assessments

FIVE STRATEGIES

STRATEGY # 1

Clarifying, Understanding and Sharing Learning Intentions

STRATEGY # 2

Engineering Effective Classroom Discussions, Tasks and Activities that Elicit Evidence of Learning

STRATEGY # 3

Provide Feedback that Moves Learners Forward

STRATEGY # 4

Activating Students as Learning Resources for One Another

STRATEGY # 5

Activating Students as Owners of their Learning

MY THOUGHTS ON THE STRATEGIES

Promoting these strategies in the classroom will make the students feel the are part of a group and will make them feel appreciated. Applying these strategies will give the students a sense of solving problems for themselves but, will have the teacher close by for help.

C3B4ME

See three before me. I like this, it gets right to the point. Having the student to find their own sources before asking the teacher for assistance. This will provide them the knowledge to try to solve this on their own, but knowing the teacher is there is help will insure them to follow through.

THE DIFFERENCE

Showing examples and having the student to reflect on the examples will aid to learning the information. Having a class discussion will give each student to participate and be able to talk in front of a group and get them comfortable. I believe adding creativity in the class room will help to get their minds going and to do things on their own.

REFERENCE

Rystad, M. (2013, April 7). Assessment for learning [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcLMlY6R7RM