YouTube – Formative Assessment and Personalised Learning
“A Year 1 teacher uses animals to help children to become aware of stages in the story-writing process.”
YouTube – Primary Assessment – Formative Assessment 1
“At Two Waters Primary School, teacher Julia Turner uses formative assessment in a Year 6 revision lesson on light. First, she works with pupils to determine their learning intentions. Then, using mind mapping, she collaborates with her class to develop success criteria.
Her pupils are given responsibility for their own learning. They work in small groups or pairs and choose their own resources. They often leave the classroom to use the library and ICT suite.
ToolKit98 | Education Northwest
“Toolkit98 is designed to assist classroom teachers to become better assessors of student learning. The primary users of Toolkit98 are intended to be those who have the responsibility to coordinate and facilitate professional development in assessment for teachers.”
Assessment Using Web 2 0 Tools
Web 2.0 Tools Which Can Be Used For Assessing Student Learning
Formative Assessment | Teachers TV
“Formative assessment is increasingly seen as underpinning effective teaching and learning.
In this programme, Paul Black and Chris Harrison, authors of the influential pamphlet Working Inside the Black Box, outline what they see as the key features of formative assessment. They focus on effective questioning, peer and self-assessment, feedback and marking.
At Lord Williams School in Oxfordshire, maths teacher Karen Vear and science teacher Jon Ryder helped Paul and Chris with their initial research.”
Formative Assessment Video
Responsive Classroom – Multimedia Library
“Shows three different teachers using reinforcing language to name and affirm children’s positive behaviors.”
Summative? Formative? I Just Wanna Know What My Kids Don’t…
Blog post about Assessment
60 Educational Game Sites That You’ve Probably Never Seen « Tech:-)Happy
Ok, so you’ve probably seen some of these, but I needed a snazzy title. I recently compiled two lists of sites from Richard Byrne’s Blog – the site is an amazing resource, and I’m pretty certain that Richard doesn’t sleep. These aren’t in order of greatness – they all have their own specific applications for education. A few of these appear on my Sites for Kids (and Teachers) page.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.