Assessment

How To Assess

How to Assess

Types of Assessment of Learning

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Source: TeachThought Website

Characteristics of Assessment

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Source: Sheeza Ali Facebook

Four PYP Assessment Webinars

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Check out these four webinars from Toddle. They explore:

  • Making assessments visible in the early years

  • Developing self-assessors in single subjects

  • Designing student-centered assessment

  • Designing success criteria: The key to powerful assessments

List of Assessment Examples

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Assessments are designed to produce data and/or evidence of learning and teaching. This list of assessment examples offers considerations, when designing assessment for knowledge, conceptual understandings and skills, both individually and with collaborative planning teams.

Blog: Assessment: What and How?

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This blog entry by Yuni Santosa discusses the "when and how" to assess from an enhanced PYP perspective
You can find more blogs about assessment here.

Developing & Using Success Criteria

Run Time: 53:00 - Mar 9, 2021
How would your students respond to the question, “How will I know if I have learned something?” When both you and your students have clarity about learning through high-quality success criteria, there is a greater likelihood that learning will happen and that all students will experience success in their learning. Success criteria can be used as a formative or summative assessment strategy. Whether face-to-face, hybrid, or at a distance, this webinar will introduce how best to support the development and implementation of high-quality success criteria.

Building Rubrics for Authentic Assessment

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(Source: Toddle)
**Watch a webinar by Mike Matthews that describes the e-booklet above**

Six Reasons to Try a Single-Point Rubric

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A format that provides students with personalized feedback and works to keep students from focusing solely on their grade. It is very formative in nature.

Ideas for Exit Tickets in the Classroom

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Quick, ungraded assessments help teachers know what their students understand from the day’s lesson.

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