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A&E DI University of Windsor 2010

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Key components of Assessment & Evaluation

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A&E DI University of Windsor 2010

  1. 1. Assessment FOR LearningAssessment Assessment AS OF Learning Learning
  2. 2. MakingInstructional Choices Based on Students
  3. 3. Assessment FOR LearningAssessment Assessment AS OF Learning Learning
  4. 4. ™  Jesse ™  Julia
  5. 5. Assessment Assessment AS OF Learning Learning
  6. 6. Assessment FOR LearningTurn and talk.What do you think Assessment FORLearning means? Introduction Examples Tools to enable AFL
  7. 7. Assessment FOR LearningThe ongoing process of gathering andinterpreting evidence about student learning forthe purpose of determining where students arein their learning, where they need to go, andhow best to get there. The information gatheredis used by teachers to provide feedback andadjust instruction and by students to focus theirlearning. Introduction Examples Tools to enable AFL
  8. 8. Assessment FOR Learning Knowing & Engaging our Learners WHO? Instructional Organizing Content Approaches WHAT? HOW? Introduction Examples Tools to enable AFL
  9. 9. What can I do in my classroom to know and engage my learners? Knowing & Engaging our Learners WHO? InstructionalOrganizing Content Approaches WHAT? HOW?
  10. 10. What I What I want What I Tell me whatKnow to know learned you know about decimals … Introduction Examples Tools to enable AFL
  11. 11. Differentiated Instruction Knowing & Engaging Making Instructional Choices Based on Students our Learners WHO? Stud ents Instructional Approaches•  Diagnostics HOW?•  Learning Styles Organizing Content•  Prior Knowledge WHAT?•  Interest •  Gradual Release •  Grouping •  What students are learning •  Thinking strategies Introduction Examples Tools to enable AFL
  12. 12. Assessment FOR Learning Assessment OF Learning
  13. 13. Assessment AS LearningThe process of developing and supporting studentmetacognition. Students are actively engaged inthis assessment process: that is, they monitor theirown learning, use assessment feedback fromteacher, self, and peers to determine next steps;and set individual learning goals. What one (1) word would you choose to represent this definition? Introduction Examples Tools to enable AAL
  14. 14. Will students be able to answer the following questions… What am I Overall & Specific expected to Expectations Learning Goals learn? How will I Conversationsdemonstrate Observations Success Criteriamy learning? Products How will I Instructional Descriptive Feedback improve my & Assessment Peer /Self-Assessment Strategies Goal Setting learning?
  15. 15. What is the goal?To improve student learning andto develop independent learners. Introduction Examples Tools to enable AAL
  16. 16. Modelled Shared Level of Tea cher S Guided uppor tGradual Release of Responsibility Independent
  17. 17. Teacher-Student Relationship … helping students become independent learners requires a culture in which student and teacher learn together in a collaborative relationship … teacher acts as a “lead learner”, providing support while gradually releasing more and more responsibility to the student, as the student develops the knowledge and skills needed to become an independent learner. ™ How will you support students to become self-directed assessors of their own learning?
  18. 18. Miss, are you going to mark this?™  Observations™  Assessment Tools™  Anecdotal Comments™  Descriptive Feedback ™  What they are doing well ™  What needs improvement ™  What specific steps to take to improve Introduction Examples Tools to enable AAL
  19. 19. Assessment FOR LearningAssessment AS Learning
  20. 20. Assessment OF LearningHow much ‘stuff ’ do you need to make a judgement?When will you make the judgement?Why are we making judgements? Introduction Examples Tools to enable AOL
  21. 21. Assessment OF LearningThe process of collecting and interpreting evidence forthe purpose of summarizing learning at a given pointin time, to make judgements about the quality ofstudent learning on the basis of established criteria,and to assign a value to represent that quality. Theinformation gathered may be used to communicate thestudent’s achievement to parents, other teachers,students themselves, and others. It occurs at or nearthe end of a cycle of learning. Introduction Examples Tools to enable AOL
  22. 22. Assessment OF LearningHow much ‘stuff ’ do you need to make a judgement?When will you make the judgement?Why are we making judgements? What will be the currency of your classroom? Introduction Examples Tools to enable AOL
  23. 23. Professional Judgement ™  Is informed by professional knowledge of… ™  Curriculum Conversations ™  Context ™  Evidence of student learning is triangulated EVIDENCE ™  Methods of assessment OF and instruction STUDENT LEARNING ™  Criteria and standards that indicate success in student learningObservations Products Introduction Examples Tools to enable AOL
  24. 24. Conversations Evaluating Student WorkObservations Products ™  Summarizes what students know and can do with respect to overall expectations and performance standards in achievement chart ™  Achievement AND Learning Skills & Work Habits ™  Reflects students’ most consistent achievement ™  Gives special consideration to more recent evidence ™  Involves teachers applying professional judgement to evidence Introduction Examples Tools to enable AOL
  25. 25. Think of each student:How is he/she doing?What is your evidence?Is it quality evidence?
  26. 26. ™ Compare & contrast how you were evaluated as a student and how you would evaluate now.
  27. 27. So what’s my head fake? And what’s my double head fake?
  28. 28. Assessment FOR LearningAssessment Assessment AS OF Learning Learning
  29. 29. Apply & Extend™ What assessment tools have you already observed?™ Where do they fit in the Assessment FOR/AS/OF Learning framework?
  30. 30. More practical support: ae.misalondon.ca™ Learning Skills & Work Habits™ Writing Report Card Comments
  31. 31. I didn’t Personal know that Connection … A questionA-Ha! I still have is … Q&A
  32. 32. Kelly-Ann Power Ben Hazzard•  Windsor Essex Catholic DSB •  Lambton Kent DSB•  kelly_power@wecdsb.on.ca •  hazzarbe@lkdsb.net•  @kellypower •  @benhazzard•  kellypower.ca •  benhazzard.com

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