Formative Assessment Assessment For Learning & Assessment As Learning

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1. Noticing and Naming the Learning: The Link to Learning Goals and Success Criteria

1.1. - Students and teachers both develop a common understanding of learning goals - Kindergarten strategy that involves articulating what the children are doing

1.1.1. "I see you put down two blue blocks, and one green block, then two blue ones and one green one again, we call that a pattern" - Growing Success Kindergarten, 2016

2. Eliciting Information about Children's Learning

2.1. -Observation, conversation and student products are viewed

2.1.1. - Designing tasks that provide students with a variety of ways to demonstrate their learning - Observe Patterns as they work - Asking students questions to make them think

3. Providing Descriptive Feedback

3.1. -Giving Students feedback throughout their learning time. - Give them information about what they are doing well. - multiple opportunities for feedback is important for improvement

3.1.1. Helps them adjust what they are doing in order to improve

4. Developing Children's Self-Assessment and Peer-Assessment Skills

4.1. Peer and Self Evaluations that allow students to get a good understanding of the expectations.

4.1.1. - Puts the responsibility on the students to understanding what is expected of them - Provide multiple opportunities for feedback from peers and from teacher - provides the opportunity to provide feedback about the quality of the student's feedback

5. Developing Individual Goal-Setting Skills

5.1. Students learn, through formative assessment, how to set short and long term goals.

5.1.1. - Students get support from teachers to help work towards and meet their goals - helps the students focus on the completion of tasks - gives the students a sense of responsibility for assessing their own work.

6. Developing Self-Regulation Skills

6.1. Kindergarten program focuses on the development of the child's self regulation.

6.1.1. -Being able to self regulate is crucial for a child's success in learning - time management, - focus on a task at hand.