Brittany Ashton

Strategies from the video

Teacher reflection

- Immediate evaluation at end of each lesson, by using a question

- Feedback from students about lesson/ mastering of concept

Student reflection

- Green Yellow and Red System: targets immediate response

- C3B4ME: initiates scaffolding among students

My assessment tools

Observation: observing and reporting using anecdotal notes and checklists help with initial responses

Pre-testing: Identifying prior knowledge before building on with lesson will help to better rate students’ achievement and learning

Key Concepts to Focus on

Final thought on Assessment

Focusing on assessment throughout the entirety of the lesson will push for more success, rather than just formal testing at the end of a lesson. Scaffolding helps to ensure that a large group of the class can identify what concept is and move towards mastery. This also helps the teacher to work with more than just one student at a time, allowing a greater number of children to succeed. Collaboration is a key resource in learning and growth of a concept.


1. Newman, R. (2013). Teaching and learning in the 21st century: Connecting the dots . San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. *This text is a Constellation™ course digital materials (CDM) title.

2. William, Dylan and Thompson, Marnie [Michael Rystad]. (2013, April 7). Assessment for Learning. [Video file]. Retrieved from