Do we want assessment information about the Learning Competencies for the purposes we already know, or might there by new purposes here as well?
Do we actually need to assess the learning competencies?
Do the Learning Competencies introduce different types of assessment challenges, and how should we respond to these challenges?
Questioning: Numeracy and Statistics Term One: Statistical Investigation. Aim: Our students developing the ability to think creatively, critically, strategically and logically. They learn to structure and to organise, to carry out procedures flexibly and accurately, to process communicate information, and to enjoy intellectual challenge. Learning Competency: Questioning Resources: http://lisapaap.weebly.com
The learning journal will be a coherent series of entries of the student as a reflective learner. All parts of the learning journal will bear a clear relationship to each other and to purpose: reflecting on the maths learning/questioning. When you (the teacher) look at the ‘journal’ you will be able to understand how the student made the judgements and the evidence they have used.