THE PYP Assessment

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THE PYP Assessment by Mind Map: THE PYP Assessment

1. When? - a daily activity, along with the lesson and plan.

2. Where?  in classroom

3. Why? - to provide information about student learning - use assessment data to improve the written curriculum (contribute to the successful implementation of the program)

3.1. promote student learning

4. How? - it takes various forms, tools and strategies. - Summative assessment (to answer the question: How best we found out? - Formative assessment (to answer the question: What student know and What they want to know?

4.1. Recording: Tools: - Rubrics, exemplars, Checklist, Anecdotal records, Continuums  Strategies: - Observations, Performance Assessments, Process-Focus Assessment, Selected Responses, Open-ended task.

5. What? - Assessment is intergal to all teaching and learning. - All tools and methods to identifiy what students know, understand, can do and value at different stages.

5.1. guiding through the five essential elements of learning: the acquisition of knowledge, the understanding of concepts, the mastering of skills, the development of attitudes and the decision to take action.

6. Who? - For students, teachers and parents and administrators.

6.1. Report Through conferences and the written reports, everyone concerned need to know about the progress of the student's learning.

7. Be subdivided into three closely related areas: - Assessing (how we discover what students know and have learned) - Recording (how we choose to collect and analyse data) - Reporting (how we choose to communicate information)