"As a whole, our group believed that not much relearning actually takes place in that scenario. We believe in point redemption - to a degree- when student has been asked to revisit the material, invest time in working to relearn the material, and…"
"As English teachers, we loop with almost every new assignment. We check to see if the students still have mastery of the literary vocabulary they learned during the last novel study, have they improved composing a thesis statement, are they getting…"
"I agree with the general observation that the assigned points are skewed. The summative assessment should far outway any lesser activity. I, too, have always had trouble with a notebook check being used as a major assessment grade. A flipped…"
"I think this approach to exit slips is particularly good at the start of new material. The on-site sorting can also help immediately group students into collaborative units. Students aren't always good at "knowing what they…"
"During the 2011-2012 school year, I will
1. have a daily do-now that will consist of questions that assess the key elements that the students learned in class the previous day.
2. review answers with students.
"Almost everyone at our table felt that our school's focus on AFL has helped us better prepare our students for summative asssessment and that our students' grades reflect our use of AFL strategies to prepare them."
1. Pre-test - students check themselves, self-assess
2. Students put sentences on the board - help each other; immediate feedback
3. Practice quizzes using notes, book for rules check
4. Retest using different sentences with the same…"
"Welcome to Assessment FOR Learning. Thanks for joining!
Please take a moment to introduce yourself by replying to the Introductions Forum. Also, I would suggest clicking on the "Read 1st" tab at the top of the main page. This could give…"
Welcome to Assessment FOR Learning. Thanks for joining!
Please take a moment to introduce yourself by replying to the Introductions Forum. Also, I would suggest clicking on the "Read 1st" tab at the top of the main page. This could give you some good ideas for using this site.
Feel free to add any ideas, blog posts, forum discussions, or videos that you think would be helpful to people as they are considering AFL in their classroom/schools.
If you have ideas for content that should be added, feel free to let me know.