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Maximising student impact 3

  1. 1. A COHERENT, COLLECTIVE APPROACH MAXIMISING IMPACT #3
  2. 2. MAXIMISING IMPACT • ‘Interventions’ in learning • Know thy impact • Collective approach
  3. 3. COLLECTIVE TEACHER EFFICACY • Team goals  individual responsibilities  group success • Team processes  individual action  group coherence • Shared knowledge  individual growth  group expertise
  4. 4. A COLLECTIVE APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT Goals (1)High quality student experience (2)Parent confidence (3)Teacher workload Triggers (1)Student feedback (2)Parent feedback (3)Teacher and admin feedback
  5. 5. SO… Lets make sure that what we are doing is high quality rather than high quantity. We don’t need to make students or teachers busier than what they are.
  6. 6. COLLECTING SOME DATA…
  7. 7. What we say about ourselves…
  8. 8. Cont’d
  9. 9. • Our assessment is meant to communicate meaningful information to students, teachers and parents while they learn and at the end of their learning cycle.
  10. 10. Parent and Student Perspectives
  11. 11. Student View
  12. 12. Formative Feedback Exemplar
  13. 13. Summantive Feedback Exemplar
  14. 14. Coherent Communication of Summative Assessment Assessment Response Cycle (ARC)
  15. 15. Coherent Communication on Managebac… • Shared classes ==> Shared tasks (on Managebac) • Simplify the calendar by following a shared process – Light blue = Formative – Orange = Summative – Don’t use ‘events’, ‘deadlines’ for classwork. – Use ‘tasks’ for items that require a dropbox, and ‘messages’ if you’re just giving homework
  16. 16. Minimise Quantity Maximise Quality • Minimise Summative Assessment: working towards a maximum of two summative task items per subject in each quarter. • Regular formative assessment: Feedback should be being communicated on MB (for students and parents). • Green flag principle – train students to take any task on MB seriously.
  17. 17. Forward planning… • Right now… get into subject groups • Ensure that classes that you share are shared on Managebac • Create a draft task for your first summative assessment task for next term (Don’t click notify students). • Check to see how it appears on the calendar. It should come up as orange for everyone in the group. • Try and get the group set up for each of your courses • We will ask you to develop a clear plan for assessment tasks after reports are done
  18. 18. Take away points • Minimise quantity, maximise Quality • Coherent Communication • ARC

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