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Assessment processes, practices and systems for School Leaders to support the implementation of the New Zealand Curriculum Standards Term 2, 2010 Welcome, whakatau mai! Te kahui akoranga ngaio. Assessment: Developing Coherence. Workshop Purpose.
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to support the implementation of the
New Zealand Curriculum Standards
Term 2, 2010
Welcome, whakatau mai!
Te kahui akoranga ngaio
Supports teaching and learning goals
Is planned and communicated
Is suited to the purpose
Is valid and fair
Appropriate choice of assessment tools and evidence.
Consistency in administration and scoring
Accurate analysis, interpretation and use of assessment information
Reporting to students, parents and B.O.T.
Your processes and systems will need to fit into your reporting schedule.
There are two aspects of this:
From your current practice,
what can you build on and develop further?
Making OTJ in relation to NS
Used as a signpost
Overall Teacher Judgement
to the National Standards
What is involved
Does it fit with your understandings of teaching as inquiry and formative practice?
Student achievement in STAR Year 4 is measured by a total score. The graph below shows how this score aligns with the ‘by the end of Year 4’ national standard in reading.
Each teacher from
evidence of one of
Each teacher uses evidence/ NS/resources to make an independent OTJ for each student
An example of a moderation process
The team selects
one student’s results for which they have
come to agreement and take to whole-school (vertical) moderation.
Teachers compare independent OTJs and come to an agreed judgement for each student using evidence / NS / resources.
Gathering evidence of progress
From 2010, schools are required to assess each student’s progress and achievement in relation to the NS and to report to parents, families and whanau in writing and using plain language at least twice a year.
These reports should include
The student’s current learning goals
The student’s achievement and progress in relation to the NS
What the school will do to support the student’s learning
What parents, family and whanau can to do support their child’s learning
(From TKI – NZC online, Self Review for Reporting)
What changes (if any) might you need to make to your current assessment practices to ensure students are engaged in setting effective learning goals?
Sharing evidence with student
Things to consider: