Assesment For Learning
Week 4 Discussion 1 by Tamica Salim
Strategey From The Video
- Strategy 1: Clarifying, Understanding, and Sharing Learning Intensions (example focus on the major skills of the curriculum, analytical, conceptual, information management,communication, and meta-cognitive (Rystad,2013)."
- Strategy 2: Engineering effective classroom discussion, tasks and activities that elicit evidence of learning (Multi-participant questions, students answer questions simultaneously on mini-whiteboards or by multiple choice, No hands up: Activate all students by using "Hands Up" only to let students ask questions and not for answering them. Flipped classroom summarise the content of lessons in film clips which the students watch to prepare for the lesson. Lessons are used for conversations and dialogues between teacher and students about the content of the lesson (Rystad, 2013).
- Strategy 3:Providing Feedback that moves Learners Forward-Use Examples that support your argument *Two Stars and a wish: Feedback which focuses on two things that the student has done well and one area which needs to be improved *The best feedback is not the feedback given to the students. But the one given to the teacher college and read the work of the class. Then plan and adjust your next lesson to meet student needs (Rystad,2013).
- Strategy 4: Activating Students as learning resources for one another *Preflight checklist: use checklist to support the feedback that students give to each other*Green Yellow, Red: Have Students demonstrate how well they understand the content of the lesson: **Green, I understand and I can explain. **Yellow, I have difficulties understanding **Red you have lost me! ***Take a break so that green students can help the red. While the teachers explains to the yellow students. (Rystad, 2013)
- Strategy 5: Activating Students as Owners of their own learning. *C3B4ME *Keep A Logbook of their learning (Rystad,2013)
Your own ideas for fromative and summartive assements
My ideas for Summative assessments are it is not that accurate. This form of assessment is generally used toward the end. IT is primarily used for promotion purposes. Meaning its a tool to use to promote the students to the next grade. I personally do not think it is accurate because there is not one set of tools that can be used to determine rather a students has grasped the knowledge to move on to the next grades. For example, at the end of the year students are given test. and these test will determine if the student will move on to the next grade. and this is not 100% accurate form of assessment because all students are not great at taking test. you can have a student that knows all of the material but fail the test for a multitude of reasons. i just do not feel that this form of assessment should be the determine factor to promote a child or not.
Types of Assessments
How both sets of ideas could be implicated to create an effective classroom enviroment