Assessment and Reporting
Inquiry Based Rubrics
Examples to take and tweak:
Rubrics: Converting to a Percent
Here is a great sheet that has been created by the Kelowna school district teachers. It allows teachers to use rubrics to fully show what a student knows and understands, and then convert this understanding to a percent.
Access the full document here, grading
READ: Assessment and Reporting
Full document: graduation-assessments-design-framework
Here is the latest postings from the Ministry on Assessment and reporting, HERE
BC Performance Standards
- Reading (English, French Immersion and Francophone)
- Writing (English, French Immersion and Francophone)
- Numeracy (English, French Immersion and Francophone)
- Social Responsibility (English, French Immersion and Francophone)
- Information and Communications Technology Integration
- Healthy Living
Please go here for more information and details, HERE
Access the slides HERE that provide 56 ideas on formative assessment.
Coming Sept. 23, 2016
If you are new to Fresh Grade and are curious about how it works and how you can use it in your classroom this year, here are a few resources to support the start of your exploration:
3) Free training webinars, HERE
As well, here are more resources/ information:
Assessment Resources: Galileo Network
The primary purpose of assessment is to improve student learning. As such it must be tied to meaningful, authentic tasks and activities. The intent of high quality assessment is to improve not just audit student performances of learning and understanding; therefore a range of authentic formative practices as well as the summative assessment are needed to develop a personalized learning picture for each student.
Access all resources HERE
All Things Assessment
All Things Assessment was formed Solution Tree in 2015 to support educators in improving their current assessment culture and practices. This site is home to the concepts, strategies, and tools of assessment architects, thought leaders, associates, and practitioners who explore the most current research, apply it, and share their findings in ways meant to inspire changes in classroom assessment practices globally.
Select HERE for all resources and materials. Individual blogs at the bottom of the page.