Effective Use of Assessment for Feedback to Teaching & Learning: An Overview Workshop on Assessment for Learning. Assessment Project Centre for Assessment Research & Development The Hong Kong Institute of Education Feb 2006.
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Effective Use of Assessment for Feedback to Teaching & Learning: An OverviewWorkshop on Assessment for Learning
Centre for Assessment Research & Development
The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Effective use of assessment to generate feedback for school planning
Effective use of assessment to generate feedback for curriculum design
Effective Use of Assessment Feedback for Learning and Teaching: Overview
Case Study: How to make good use of assessment information to provide feedback on learning & teaching
Interpreting Report of the Territory-Wide Systems Assessment
Two Components of BCA
1.Interpretation of Territory-wide Systems Assessment Report:
2.Effective Use of Assessment Information for Planning:
@ Most students are performing well
@ Performances in most dimensions higher than HK standards
@ Still room for improvement in the Data Handling dimension
L2-R-5-P3BC Using a small range of reading strategies to understand the meaning of short and simple texts with the help of cues
L2-R-6-P3BC Applying a small range of simple reference skills
Reading: P3A Q03 (L2-R-5-P3BC Using a small range of reading strategies to understand the meaning of short and simple texts with the help of cues)
Daisy, Flopsy and Bunny are sisters.
One day, they go to the park. They hear a loud noise. Then they see a big shadow. Oh! It’s a big bear. The bear walks up to them very slowly. She is hungry. She wants to eat the rabbits.
Daisy says, “Don’t eat me. I’m too fat. Eat my sisters.”
The bear look at Bunny.
Bunny smiles and says, “I’m too small. Don’t eat me! Come to my house and have dinner with me. I have a lot of food at home.”
“OK,” says the bear.
Daisy says, “… I’m too fat. Eat my sisters.” Who are the sisters?
C. Flopsy and Bunny
D. Flopsy and Daisy
Provide teachers with information about student progress
Provide feedback to students for their self-monitoring and subsequent learning
Provide teachers with feedback to enhance their teaching effectiveness
Provide opportunity for teachers to give feedback
Assessment is an integral part of self-directed learning
Assessment For Learning
1. Assessment For Learning
2. Assessment As Learning