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  • 1. Topic: Assessment & Evaluation
    • Mini-presentation
    • Assessment
    • Physics 11 - Challenges
  • 2. Hypothesis Theory Law Never wrong; Everyone has one A group of people who share the same hypothesis Can’t be disproven at this point in time
  • 3. Cookie Calibration Company
    • You have been employed by CCC© to calibrate the chocolate chip cookies of Lower Mainland stores. Consumers look to you to know whether or not they should buy a certain brand of cookie.
    • How will you provide them with the information they desire?
    Create a rubric that employees of CCC© can use to ensure that all cookies are given the same calibration.
  • 4. Assessing and Reporting for Grades K-3
    • * the performance scale for Kindergarten will consist of three parts: "Approaching", "Meeting", and "Exceeding" expectations
    • * the Primary performance scale will be made up of "Not Yet Meeting", "Approaching", "Meeting", and "Exceeding" expectations
    • * written reporting comments that clearly describe, in relation to the learning outcomes
    • 1. what the student is able to do
    • 2. areas in which the student requires further attention or development
    • 3. ways of supporting the student in his or her learning
  • 5. Assessment Start with the Report Card and work backwards! What student is able to to or what they could improve Areas that require further attention **Add ways to support learning in a general way - not for each learning outcome Exceeding Meeting Approaching Not Yet Meeting Criteria
  • 6. Assessment Start with the Report Card and work backwards! - able to describe as well as provide supplementary information - able to describe most or all - able to describe some but with difficulty - unable to describe - describe movements of objects in our solar system - able to describe as well as provide supplementary information - able to describe most or all - able to describe some but with difficulty - unable to describe - describe characteristics of objects in our solar system Exceeding Meeting Approaching Not Yet Meeting Criteria (derived from PLO)
  • 7. Reporting for Grades 4-7
    • provide letter grades to indicate the student's level of performance in relation to the expected learning outcomes for each course or subject and grade;
    • include written reporting comments describing what the student is able to do , areas that require further attention , and ways of supporting learning for the student;
    • include written comments to describe behaviour, including information on attitudes, work habits, effort, and social responsibility.
  • 8. Reporting for Grades 8-12 (Government requirements)
    • Student progress reports for students in grades 8 through 12 must, in relation to expected learning outcomes set out in the curriculum, contain (a) letter grades, and (b) where deemed to be appropriate by the teacher, principal, vice principal or director of instruction, written reporting comments.
    • Student progress reports for students to whom the Graduation Requirements Order, or the Graduation Program Order, applies must, in addition to the information required under subsection (1) contain the credits assigned toward meeting the general requirements for graduation as set out in these orders.
  • 9.
    • In addition to providing the student progress reports under subsection (1), the board must ensure that, for students in grades 9 through 12, each student ’ s most recent Student Learning Plan, as required under the curriculum, if any, is made available to the student ’ s parent.
    Reporting for Grades 8-12 (Government requirements)
  • 10. Online Rubrics
    • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php