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  1. WELCOMEto Assessment : Getting it together !18 July 2011

  2. Getting it together: • Colleagues with a range of interests and expertise in assessment • Primary and secondary • Implications of changes locally and nationally • Joining up assessment within schools • Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment

  3. Some thinking points • What is authentic assessment? • What really makes a difference? • How can good practice be sustained at a time of extensive local and national change? • How can we continue to support and learn from each other?

  4. ‘Are we proud of our assessments?’

  5. ‘Why would you rely on an out of focus snapshot taken by a total stranger?’

  6. The Lead Assessment Schools (LAS) • 10 Primary; 6 Secondary • Particular interests and expertise • Collaborative working • Within and across schools • A good model?

  7. The LAS perspective • Sara Gmitrowicz – Harrison Primary • Roger Hutchin – Brookfield Community School & Language College

  8. Delegate pack • Programme • Workshop/seminars • Conference log • Evaluation sheet

  9. A vision for assessment Ian Waine Medstead Primary Beverley Stevens Court Moor School

  10. Paul Black and Dylan Wiliam: the video ‘No more gurus any more’? ‘Teachers are doing it for themselves’

  11. What really makes a difference? • Sustaining good practice • Are we proud? • The value of research • ‘Why would you rely on an out of focus snapshot taken by a total stranger?’

  12. Going forward……… • Primary networks • Secondary networks • Lead assessment Schools • HIAS expertise • The website http://www3.hants.gov.uk/education/hias/assessment.htm

  13. Thank you and goodbye!