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Assessment for Learning Activities[1]

Assessment for Learning Activities[1]

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 Assessment For Learning Tools
Made by Mike Gershon ±mikegershon@hotmail.comSourceshttp://www.aaia.org.uk/pdf/Publications/AAIA%20Pupils%20Learning%20from%20Teachers'%20Responses.pdf http://www.aaia.org.uk/pdf/Publications/AAIAformat4.pdf http://www.aaia.org.uk/pdf/asst_learning_practice.pdf http://community.tes.co.uk/forums/t/300200.aspxhttp://www.schoolhistory.co.uk/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t7669.html
www.harford.edu/irc/ 
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FormativeAssessmentActivities
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Paul Black et al,
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(Open University Press, Maidenhead, 2003)Paul Black et al, ³Working inside the black box´, (nferNelson, London, 2002)Paul Black and Dylan William,
In
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(nferNelson, London, 1998) Assessment Reform Group,
Te
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ting, Motivation and Learning,
(The Assessment Reform Group, Cambridge, 2002) Assessment Reform Group,
 Ass
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ent for Learning,
(The Assessment Reform Group, Cambridge, 1999)My headOther people¶s heads AfL is successful when embedded in teachingand learning.This toolkit aims to help by presentingdifferent facets, activities and tools for teachers to use in order to achieve this.I hope you find it useful!
 
Students write QuestionsStudents ask QuestionsComment-only markingMid-unit assessmentµMightWait-timeOpen vs closedExemplar WorkStudent MarkingMaking aims cleaLesson Target SettingTeacher ReviewStudent ReviewTraffic Lights2 stars and a wishSelf-assessment TargetsOne-Sentence SummaryArticulate then AnswerScene-SettingTell your neighbouIdea ThoughtsBouncingWait and recapIncorrect DiscussionMuddiest PointDevising QuestionsLearning JournalRedraftingKey featuresInvert the QuestionImprovement GuidanceComment Follow-upGroup feedbackPeer MarkingThumbsTeach CollaborationTraffic-Light RevisionGenerate and AnswerStudent Mark-SchemeGroup AnswersX and YAll you knowCorrectionsLaminated CriteriaConveying ProgressThink through TalkingDiscuss WordsCommunicationThoughtful DialogueFeedback SandwichWhat is good?Self-evaluationWhat is a µgoodquestion?Graphic OrganisersKWLTalk PartnersPost-ItResponse PartnersHands DownQuestion StemsRegulating LearningA B C DWhy is it best?Show and TellActive StudentsLong and Short TermMinute PaperEnquiry QuestionSmiley FacesSquares
 
Students write Questions
For example About what they would like to know on anew topicTo ask the teacher or other students inorder to assess their learningTo demonstrate theirlearning/misconceptions/areas they wouldlike to further exploreThe classroom could have a question boxwhere students drop questions at theend of a lesson.Or, a plenary could involve students writingquestions that the class then work ontogether, or forms the basis of the next lesson.
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