WECDSB Assessment, Evaluation & Reporting: A Guide for Educators (2010)
As Catholic school educators, it is our responsibilityto nurture the growth of students in all realms:body, mind and spirit. Our Assessment, Evaluationand Reporting practices must be infused with thesame gospel values that encompass our teachingpractices on a daily basis.The intent of this
Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board: Assessment, Evaluation &Reporting Procedures & Guidelines
document is to align the assessment,evaluation and reporting procedures and guidelines
with the Ministry document, “
(2010).This document is designed to support theimplementation of Assessment
Learning,from Grades 1
12 in all of our schools. It isaligned with the
which builds a foundation for
Curriculum Teaching & Learning,
as well as
Assessment for/as/of Learning.
In order to support school improvement andstudent success, it is key that every student in thesystem benefits from the same high-quality processwith respect to assessment, evaluation and thereporting of achievement.
Beginning in September 2010,assessment, evaluation, and reportingin Ontario schools will be based on thepolicies and practices described in thisdocument.
Growing Success (2010) p. 1The present document updates, clarifies,coordinates, and consolidates the variousaspects of the policy, with the aim ofmaintaining high standards, improvingstudent learning, and benefiting students,parents, and teachers in elementary andsecondary schools across the province.The document is intended to ensure thatpolicy is clear, consistent, and well alignedacross panels and across school boardsand schools, and that every student in thesystem benefits from the same high-qualityprocess for assessing, evaluating, andreporting achievement.Growing Success (2010) p. 2
* All information printed in the double-linedbox of this guide is taken directly from
GROWING SUCCESS: Assessment,
Evaluation & Reporting in Ontario Schools,2010
and must guide practice, policy androcedures.