Kapiti Collective ICT PD Lead Teams June 2010. The day. Sharing of assessment practice Schools’ presentations Using PAT information How we use PAT information in our schools Messages and Implications for the KC? Data protocols Principles and practices Assessment for Learning and
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Kapiti Collective ICT PDLead Teams June 2010
Sharing of assessment practice
Using PAT information
Assessment for Learning and
The Kapiti Collective (KC) goal is to create an extensive link between primary and secondary schools in the Kapiti district. The initiative will assist in the development of community-wide quality teaching practice by the sharing of data and ideas, the analysis of barriers to learning with the focus on good practice of teaching and learning programmes.
To develop consistent assessment practice within and across KC schools to allow for valid comparisons of data to be made in order to raise student achievement
Use PAT data to inform the work of the KC
In school groups, use grid to review reports:
In large group, identify:
All KC schools will begin to use and share longitudinal student (Year 7,8,9,10) achievement and engagement data in order to raise student achievement.
Develop relevant focused professional development programmes based on evidence gathered from KC – i.e achievement and student engagement data.
Analysis of data from assessment and student engagement survey will inform professional development programme planning.