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HOW WE ENSURE THE QUALITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ORAL AND WRITTEN FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS . THE INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL. “ Feedback is information about the gap between the actual level and the reference level of a system parameter which is used to alter the gap in some way ”.

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How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

HOW WE ENSURE THE QUALITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ORAL AND WRITTEN FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS

THE INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

  • “Feedback is information about the gap between the actual level and the reference level of a system parameter which is used to alter the gap in some way”

  • (Ramaprasad, 1983)

  • For an assessment to be formative, it requires feedback which

  • Indicates the existence of a ‘gap’ between the actual level of the work being assessed and the required standard.

  • Requires an indication of how the work can be improved to reach the required standard


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Why Feedback alone is not enough ?

Gave up altogether?

Frustrated?

Confused?


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Feed – up ensures that students understand the purpose of the assignment, task or lesson, including how they will be assessed.

Feedback provides students with information about their successes and needs.

Feed – forward guides student learning based on performance data.


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

CONTINUUM of Assessment

Classroom

Assessment

MONTHLY

Assessment

SCHOOL/MODEL

ASSESSMENT

EXTERNAL

ASSESSMENT

MOST FORMATIVE

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FORMATIVE

MORE

SUMMATIVE

MOST SUMMATIVE


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

CLASSIFICATION of FEEDBACK

evaluative

descriptive

EFFECTIVE

MOTVATIONAL

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FORMATIVE

MOST FORMATIVE

MOST SUMMATIVE

MORE

SUMMATIVE

Purpose:

to measure student achievement and report

a score or

a grade

Purpose:

to encourage and support the learner

Purpose:

to improve learning by indicating to the student what needs to be improved. Tells the student how to correct their reasoning.

Purpose:

to improve learning, by moving student reasoning to the next level


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Students’ AcademicTracker(SAT)

  • The SAT is

  • An extensive tracking system

  • A tool to measure the students’ academic progress over time, during the academic year.

  • An analytical instrument to depict the attainment over the past five years

  • An extensive feedback by which parents and students can view a variety of graphical reports online in the comfort of their homes.

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STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC TRACKER


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Students’ AcademicTracker(SAT)

  • The Student’s Academic Tracker (SAT) is designed to be compliant with:

  • The CCE scheme of the CBSE

  • The academic/behavioral dimensions of the DSIB Quality Indicators

  • International age related expectations(on the lines of TIMSS, IBT(ACER))

STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC TRACKER


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Contents:

  • SAT

    • 1.1 Students Academic Year Mark List - Attainment in the last 5 years, in all subjects

    • 1.2 Performance Chart - subject wise bar graphs for the last 5 years, all exams

    • 1.3 Progress over time– in terms of yearly performance

    • 1.4 Performance within the Class - performance of the student in the division to which he/she belongs

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STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC TRACKER


How we ensure the quality and effectiveness of oral and written feedback to students

Contents:

  • E-LOG

    • 2.1 Academic – Descriptive feedback on scholastic areas

    • 2.2 Behavioral - Descriptive feedback on co-scholastic areas

  • RUBRICS

  • Indicators of level of performance in each criteria as per the subject and stage

  • ANALYSIS

    • 4.1 Division wise performance report– count of grades obtained

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STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC TRACKER


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