Assessment for learning at UK client forum in Birmingham - June 2012

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My presentation at the UK itslearning client forum June 12th 2012 in Birmingham. The presentation gave a brief overview of the concept of assessment for learning (afl) and demonstrated how itslearing can support it. I talked about the potential of combining physical and online classrooms and presented the work behind the itslearning whitepaper on assessment for learning. The whitepaper can be downloaded at http://www.itslearning.eu/assessment-for-learning

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Assessment for learning at UK client forum in Birmingham - June 2012

  1. 1. Assessment  for  learning   with  itslearning         Morten  Fahlvik   Market  Research  Manager  
  2. 2. Assessment = sit in with
  3. 3. Assessment = sit in with
  4. 4. Key  Roles  &  Processes  in  schools   1.  Teacher   2.  Learner   3.  Peer   1.  Where  they  are?   2.  Where  they  are  going?   3.  How  to  get  there?  
  5. 5. Is  this  Formative  Assessment?  
  6. 6. Series of summativ assessments
  7. 7. Formative assessments
  8. 8. 1. Where  am  I?   2. Where  am  I  going?   3. How  do  I  get  there?   ? ? ? ?
  9. 9. Five  key  strategies  of  formative  assessment:   1.  Clarifying,  sharing,  and  understanding  learning   intentions  and  criteria  for  success   2.  Engineering  effective  classroom  discussions,  activities,   and  learning  tasks  that  elicit  evidence  of  learning   3.  Providing  feedback  that  moves  learning  forward   4.  Activating  learners  as  instructional  resources  for  one   another   5.  Activating  learners  as  owners  of  their  own  learning  
  10. 10. Three roles: •  Teacher •  Peer •  Learner Three key processes: •  Find out where the learners are •  Find out where they are going •  Finding out how to get there 2 3 4 5 1 1 1
  11. 11. 1. The teacher should tell students about the learning goals. 2. Find out what students currently know as it relates to the learning goal. 3. Act on the gap between what students know and what they need to learn.
  12. 12. Combinations  of  the  two  classrooms  
  13. 13. «Higher  expectations  for  the  homework»   «Students  are  more  prepared  for  class»   «Students  become  more  secure  for  own  presentation  in  class»   «The  students  are  traditionally  sent  home  to  do  the  most   challenging  work.»   «Better  use  of  the  valuable  and  expensive  classroom  time»  
  14. 14. ...but why should a teacher use a learning platform for AfL?
  15. 15. Dylan Wiliam: Involve more students

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