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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT THROUGH AUTHENTIC INTEGRATED STAGE ASSESSMENT. Effective Assessment for Student Engagement – What is the target?. Syllabus links and clear outcomes. Fewer not more for a deep understanding Inclusive of all students Clear instructions Balanced, comprehensive, varied

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Student engagement through authentic integrated stage assessment

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT THROUGH AUTHENTIC INTEGRATED STAGE ASSESSMENT

Wayne Inwood and Andrew Weeding


Effective assessment for student engagement what is the target
Effective Assessment for Student ASSESSMENT Engagement – What is the target?

  • Syllabus links and clear outcomes. Fewer not more for a deep understanding

  • Inclusive of all students

  • Clear instructions

  • Balanced, comprehensive, varied

  • Fair, inclusive, valid, reliable

  • Ongoing, sequential

  • Challenging tasks fostering a deep understanding and inviting risk taking

  • Student centred

  • Supported by models, scaffolds and exemplar samples

  • Reflects adjustments to teaching and learning


Getting started
Getting Started ASSESSMENT

What is assessment?

What do you think of the statement ‘we should be assessing more not less’ ? (Wiggins)


Standardised testing vs authentic assessment
Standardised Testing vs ASSESSMENT Authentic Assessment

  • Reduces children’s rich and complex lives to a collection of scores, percentiles and grades

  • Creates stresses that negatively affect a child’s performance

  • Pressures teachers to narrow their curriculum to only what is tested on the exam

  • Gives the teacher a felt sense of the child’s unique experience as a learner

  • Provides interesting, active, lively and exciting experiences

  • Allows teachers to develop meaningful curricula and assess within the context of that program

Armstrong, T. (2009). Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom. ASCD. Alexandria.,Vancouver.


What is authentic assessment
What is Authentic Assessment? ASSESSMENT

“Authentic assessment is when we directly examine student performance on worthy intellectual tasks” (1)

“Performances and product requirements that are faithful to real world demands, opportunities and constraints, testing students on their ability to do the subject and transfer learning effectively” (2)

What does this mean?

What is a worthy intellectual task?

What are some types of authentic assessment?

Wiggins, G. (1990). Retrieved June 15, 2010 from www.pareonline.net

(2) Wiggins, G. (2010) “Healthier Testing Made Easy: The Idea of Authentic Assessment”, Retrieved 16 June from www.edutopia.org/healthier-testing-made-easy


What is authentic assessment1
What is Authentic Assessment? ASSESSMENT

Simulate real life conditions or situations

Learning experiences that add to a students’ level of knowledge

Enables transfer of this knowledge to other similar situations both in and out of the classroom

Performance Assessment

..\Survey Results- pre SRP.doc

Creating Authentic Assessment, Learning and

Teaching Centre, Macquarie University Sydney Morning Herald, 16 June 2010


Balancing assessment in programs
Balancing Assessment in Programs ASSESSMENT

Pre -Assessment

Summative Assessment

Formative Assessment

Self Assessment


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