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Session 4. Creating the Picture. The 8 Principles of Assessment. Assessment must have a purpose Observation of children participating in everyday activities is the most reliable way to build up an accurate picture of what children know, understand, feel, are interested in and can do

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session 4
Session 4

Creating the Picture

the 8 principles of assessment
The 8 Principles of Assessment
  • Assessment must have a purpose
  • Observation of children participating in everyday activities is the most reliable way to build up an accurate picture of what children know, understand, feel, are interested in and can do
  • Observation should be planned. However practitioners should also be ready to capture spontaneous but important moments
  • Judgement of children’s development and learning should be based on skills, knowledge, understanding and behaviour that they demonstrate consistently and independently
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An effective assessment will take into account all aspects of a child’s development and learning
  • Accurate assessment will also take into account contributions from a range of perspectives
  • Parents and other primary carers should be actively engaged in the assessment process
  • Children should be fully involved in their own assessment
observational evidence
Observational Evidence
  • Post its
  • Focused observations
  • Participant observations
  • Photographs
  • Video footage
  • Drawings and writing
  • Child’s comments
involving children
Involving Children

Children should be fully involved in their own assessment

Some possible ways :

  • Review meetings / interviews
  • Happy / Sad faces
  • Videoing
  • Use of photography
  • Drawing
  • Use of vocab of learning is important
involving parents in assessment
Involving Parents in Assessment

Parents and other primary carers should be actively engaged in the assessment process

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Review meetings
  • Own learning stories
  • Home diary
  • Parents comments on your learning stories
  • Photographs
  • Contributions to the profile
  • Activities with comments card
  • Talking postcards
  • Coming in to talk/present with the child
  • Home learning stories “cheque book”