Published on February 26, 2014
Assessment for Learning: planning for learning intentions What will my students learn at the end of the lesson? How will they learn? How will I check their understanding ? How will I assess what they already know? Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd How will I know where they are in their learning?
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Learning Intentions: focus on learning outcomes By the end of the session, students will: •be able to tell •be able to explain •be able to demonstrate •be able to compare •be able to predict •be able to justify •be able to evaluate LEARNING not Doing
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Assessing what students already know From known Into unknown
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Student Engagement: learning How will they learn? listening reading learning comparing peer-work measuring group-work learning individual work on-line interaction
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Student Engagement: teaching How will I teach? Sharing learning intentions Modelling Teaching Sharing success criteria Coaching: asking questions about learning
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Teaching Strategies: dialogic interactions Extending time for answers Questions: open, indirect, to close gaps in learning, no single answer questions, cross-curricular Generating Effective Discussions ‘Hands dawn’ approach Feedback
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Assessment assessing assessing assessing • Where students are in their learning? • Where do they need to get? • How to get there?
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Feedback for Improvement • Acknowledge Achievement achievement Next steps • Identify next steps in learning Specific guidance • Give specific guidance for improvement
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Distribution of Teacher Time Planning for learning intentions and assessment Dialogic interaction: engaging students in their learning Feeding forward: feedback for improvement Reporting Reporting on where students are in their learning
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Feeding Forward: effective feedback Comments only feedback which identifies: • what has been achieved / done well • what needs to be done next / where the gaps are • how to achieve the next step in learning /how to close the gaps
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Assessment Learning intention Has it been achieved? How do I know and what to do next?
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Planning for learning Learning intentions Student engagement Plenary: assessing against the learning intentions
Joanna Goodman Cromwell Consulting Ltd Assessment to Inform Future Teaching: on-going dialogic interaction and adjusting teaching to learning www.cromwell-consulting.com
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