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Assessment for Learning - Self Assessment - Teacher Notes

Assessment for Learning - Self Assessment - Teacher Notes

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Published by Alan Forster
Teaching and Learning Resources
Teaching and Learning Resources

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Published by: Alan Forster on Aug 10, 2008
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How am Idoing?What can Irememberandunderstand?What do Ineed to do toimrove?What are mytargets?What are mystrengths andweaknesses? Am I learningin the bestway for me?How will Iknow if mywork is good?Where do Ihave to focusmy revision
?
What is reallymaking methink?How am Igoing to makethisimprovement?
 
 AAIA North East Region 
 
 
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This booklet has been produced by a group of AAIA members who live andwork in the north east of England. Their work has focussed on the multi-faceted ways of encouraging and enabling teachers to use assessment topromote and monitor learning for the benefit of the pupils.The most recent focus for the group has been to work co-operatively todevelop ideas on
pupil self-assessment
. Most of the contributors work withlearners in primary schools. The case studies reflect this bias. However, allthe ideas that are presented can be and are being used in secondaryclassrooms. It is the skill of the teacher to recognise the principles andconvert the ideas into the actual setting.
Contributors –
 
Durham : Carol Gater Jennifer Jones  Annette O’Brien Sarah Patterson Ron Rooney Gateshead: Ellen Good Tim Nelson North Tyneside: Dave Shearsmith Sunderland: Marcia Ewart Lesley Smith 
Thanks to the many teachers in the north east of England who have supported this publication by trialing self-assessment strategies in their classrooms, enabling their work to be the focus of the case studies.
In this document 
self-assessment” 
is the term used to describe all thactivities employed within and outside the classroom to enable the pupil to reflect on what has been learnt and judge it against a set of criteria.
“Self-evaluation” 
is the term used to describe the process of a pupil gaining an understanding of 
how 
one is learning as opposed to 
what 
one is learning.It is the means of making real strides in understanding oneself as a learner.
   P  u   i   l   s  e   l   f  -  a  s  s  e  s  s  m  e  n   t
 
 
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Contents
Section Page
 Assessment FOR Learning 4Pupil self-assessment
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Who says self-assessment is important? 
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Why bother with self-assessment? 
6
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What does one need to get started? 
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Building blocks to self-assessment 
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Key points to note 
 10CASE STUDIESStrategies to engage pupils in self-assessment
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1: Modelling using exemplars12
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2: Questioning skills14
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3: Self-assessment “tools” –graphic organisers17
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4: Reflection as a process for closing the learning gap21
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5: Response partners25
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6: Future Developments - Digital Portfolios28 APPENDIX Audit of self-assessment 31Glossary of terms 32References 33The Assessment Archipelago:exploring
assessment FOR learning
on a map
backpiece 
 

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