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Growing Success. Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Ontario schools. Growing Success. The purpose of assessment and evaluation is to improve student learning. Ontario’s teachers use assessment and evaluation practices that: are fair, transparent and equitable support all students

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    1. Growing Success Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Ontario schools

    2. Growing Success The purpose of assessment and evaluation is to improve student learning.

    3. Ontario’s teachers use assessment and evaluation practices that: • are fair, transparent and equitable • support all students • are carefully planned • are clearly explained to students and parents at the beginning of the school year • are ongoing and varied, and provide multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning • include feedback that is clear, meaningful and timely • help students to become independent learners Fundamental Principles

    4. What’s Changed? Old Reporting System New Reporting System • 3 Provincial Report Cards • 9 Learning Skills • Progress Report (Nov.) • 2 Provincial Report Cards • 6 Learning Skills

    5. New Timeline • Progress Report will be sent home November 18 • parent conferences will be held the evening of November 25th and during the day on November 26th • first Provincial Report Card sent home in February • final Provincial Report Card sent home in June

    6. The Elementary Progress Report • emphasis on Learning Skills and Work Habits • a “snapshot” of what your child is DOING in his/her classroom • will contain no letter grade or marks • teachers will indicate whether a student is “Progressing Well”, “Progressing Very Well”, or “Progressing with Difficulty” in the subject areas • learning Skills will be indicated as either Needs Improvement, Satisfactory, Good, or Excellent • parent conferences on November 25th and 26th

    7. The Learning Skills There are 6 new learning skills/work habits: Gr.1 – 12 • Responsibility • Organization • Independent Work • Collaboration • Initiative • Self-Regulation • Teachers will comment on student strengths and next steps for improvement

    8. Why are these Learning Skills and Work Habits Included? Learning skills and work habits encourage students to: • learn more effectively • develop their potential as independent learners • take ownership over their own learning • develop and prepare for secondary school and the world of work • prepare for learning and working in the 21st Century

    9. This section of the progress report card will be completed during the parent, teacher, student conference. My best work is: My goal for improvement is: Ways parents/guardians and teachers will support this goal:

    10. Ontario’s teachers use assessment and evaluation practices that: • are fair, transparent and equitable • support all students • are carefully planned • are clearly explained to students and parents at the beginning of the school year • are ongoing and varied, and provide multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning • include feedback that is clear, meaningful and timely • help students to become independent learners Fundamental Principles

    11. For More Information: Visit the ministry of education’s website at: www.edu.gov.on.ca Or visit the worthington P.s. website at: http://schools.peelschools.org/1480