Box four in the Learning Design Framework asks us to consider: What evidence will enable us to assess the intended learning? To do this effectively we need to have a solid understanding of different types of assessments and their purpose. To assess effectively we need to ensure that we collect a range of assessment types and that we are giving students multiple opportunities to demonstrate their learning of a concept.
Assessment For, As and Of learning helps us to determine the purpose of assessment.
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Presentation on Assessment For, As and Of Learning
Dylan Wiliam – Assessment For Learning (formative learning)
1. Think of an activity that you have done with your students and briefly explain this activity/task/concept (1-2 sentences)
2. Consider and then list the “Types of Evidence” that you have (or will have) collected to assess this activity/task/concept.
3. What has been the purpose of the assessment? Assessment For, Of and As learning. Have you covered more than one assessment purpose?
4. Do you focus on one type of assessment more than another ie most of my assessment falls into the Assessment For and Of Learning with less in the Assessment As Learning. I need to try and get my students considering how they learn and assist them to self reflect and question what they are learning.
5. How do you collect and build a picture of student learning? Do you use a take home book with work samples, a portfolio folder, a digital portfolio, a filing cabinet containing work samples etc?