Establishing and sustaining assessment for learning. Presented by Rob Stones with a lot of help from Lorraine Lee Que, Sherrie Davis, Tina Barnes, Anj Dillon, Geoff Griffin and Ian Mackenzie. The Phenomenon of the Black Box !. Know how to play “the assessment game”
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Presented by Rob Stones
with a lot of help from
Lorraine Lee Que, Sherrie Davis, Tina Barnes, Anj Dillon, Geoff Griffin and Ian Mackenzie.
Know how to play “the assessment game”
Have the learning background and literacies to tease out implicit expectations
Ability to access learning dimensions
May be transient, have a mismatch between home language and/or culture from that of the school. May have difficulties with decoding or have slower intellectual development
The best test of an assessment piece is
“did it work”?
We are not simply looking at an assessment
item as a discriminator but as an opportunity to demonstrate learning and a celebration of what the student knows.
A wise colleague (Mark Asher) once told me “when you get an unexpected result from a test item, question the item rather than your own judgement of what the student has learned”.