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TeachingSTSE1

  1. 1. Teaching Students to Self Assess/Evaluate Ian McNee
  2. 2. Essential Insights # 1 There are no right grades only justifiable grades.
  3. 3. “ . . . (grading) practices are not the result of careful thought or sound evidence , . . . rather, they are used because teachers experienced these practices as students and, having little training or experience with other options, continue their use.” Guskey, Thomas R. (Editor), Communicating Student Learning: The 1996 ASCD Yearbook , ASCD, Alexandria, VA, 1996, 20 Don’t be insulted… just tell me what you think
  4. 4. “ Terms (are) frequently used interchangeably, although they (should) have distinct meanings.” McTighe, J., and Ferrara, S., “Assessing Learning in the Classroom”, Journal of Quality Learning , December 1995, 11
  5. 5. Assessment (Formative) Assessment designed to provide direction for improvement and/or adjustment to a program for individual students or for a whole class, e.g. observation, quizzes, homework, instructional questions, initial drafts/attempts.
  6. 6. Evaluation (Summative) Evaluation designed to provide information to be used in making judgment about a student’s achievement at the end of a sequence of instruction, e.g. final drafts/attempts, tests, exams, assignments, projects, performances
  7. 7. <ul><li>This Approach is about “rethinking” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>How we teach </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What we teach </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>How we measure student work </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The role(s) of teacher and student </li></ul></ul>

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