Assessment AS Learning Resources


Rubrics look at this link for guidance on how to apply and deisgn a rubric
http://www.rubrics4teachers.com/workhabits.php

Providing opportunities to learn and practise self reflection and self monitoring is important for lifelong learning. Rubrics allow students to compare their learning processes and outputs.Open ended scaffolds that allow the learner to identify their progress and supports the learner to move to set personal improvement goals and steps to take to progress towards the goals are effective. Below is a tree of people that all ages can engage with when self reflecting and and monitoring.

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Assessment FOR Learning Resources


An overview formative assessment in practice:
http://www.acer.edu.au/documents/Prof_Susan_Brookhart.pdf

Helen Timperley, University of Auckland, identifies a set of conditions necessary for assessment data to support improved teaching practice hence promoting valued student outcomes- the teacher inquiry and knowledge-building cycle
Using Assessment Data for improving teaching practice


Assessment OF Learning Resources


Rethinking Classroom Assessment with Purpose in Mind
This document has been developed by Dr. Lorna Earl and Dr. Steven Katz in 2006. This is an excellent article that challenges you to think more holistically about assessment practices and how they can be embedded into everyday practice more purposefully.


Assessment As Learning - Work Habit Rubic

http://www.sites4teachers.com/links/redirect.php?url=http://powayusd.sdcoe.k12.ca.us/teachers/kkangas/Conferences/work_habits_rubric.htm


I wanted to explore ways of introducing assessment as learning into my VCE classes. This site contains several rubics which could easily be incorporated into such classes, but the one on work habits I found particularly useful, as good work habits are more or less essential for academic success. This rubic could be used regularly in class by the students so that they can assess what they are doing well and what needs to be improved, without the process being too time-consuming or burdensome.
Jean Pendlebury
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