Student centered assessment

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Student centered assessment by Mind Map: Student centered assessment

1. Assessment capable students

1.1. Partnering with teachers to co-construct their task, criteria and learning goals( success criteria)

1.2. They will be able to self assess and progress towards their goals.

1.3. They reflect on their feedback and feedforward to adjust their learning goals.

2. Characteristics of assessment: Authentic, specific, varied, developmental, collaborative, feedback and feed forward

3. Four dimensions of assessment

3.1. Monitoring learning

3.1.1. Monitoring of learning aims to check the progress of learning against personal learning goals and success criteria.

3.2. Documenting learning

3.2.1. The documenting of learning is the compilation of the evidence of learning. Documentation can be physical or digital, and can be displayed or recorded in a variety of media forms. Documentation of learning is shared with others to make learning visible and apparent. Examples: Journals, portfolios, learning stories etc

3.3. Measuring learning

3.3.1. Teachers use a range of assessment tools and strategies to compile the most comprehensive picture of student progress and achievement over time.

3.4. Reporting on learning

3.4.1. Reporting on learning informs the learning community and reflects the question “How well are we doing?” It describes the progress and achievement of the students’ learning, identifies areas for growth. There are no specific form to report their learning. However, the following ways have been used in our school • Parent/teacher/student conferences • Student-led conferences • Reports • Learning progressions

4. Assessment capable teacher

4.1. Supports students to become assessment capable

4.2. Understands purpose of assessments and use proper assessment tools.

4.3. Collaborate to plan and moderate assessments, analyse results and plan further.

4.4. Provide effective feedback and communicates learning progress.

4.5. Shares evidence and data to learning community.

4.6. Reflects on evidence and data to improve planning.

4.7. Plans multiple opportunities for success of students

4.8. Supports student reflection

4.9. Uses data and evidence to inform learning and teaching strategies.