There are so many opportunities to assess learning. When do you assess learning? How do you assess learning. Here are a few of my favorites.
Here are more places to find out about assessments.
Click to access Ways_to_Assess_Student_Learning_During_Class.pdf
Click to access assessment.pdf
This is a wonderful infographic that synthesizes a large amount of information successfully. The additional links below the infographic are also a very rich source of information. Why doesn’t each named assessment strategy have a hotlink out to a resource that describes it more fully? This could save viewers a lot of work.
I can try it again. I use to do it a lot and then some of the references wanted it unlinked. Odd, I thought. But that meant Piktochart pulled the inforgraphic from their site.
awesome site; truly fabulous resource for teachers of all kinds. I have hooked up to your dropbox to download a few for use on my site. I am not charging for them, but using them to illustrate points I want to make (eg critical evaluation and bloomin verbs – fantastic). Would you need me to get further permissions to use them?
You’re good! Thanks for asking. Mia
Thanks, Mia. Are you available for consultancy work? i think you could help me develop a ‘framework’ for critical evaluation/problem solving in case studies used in exam assessments – or would you know anyone who could help advise/guide on that framework of problem-solving and critical evaluation in a case-study assessment? This is an area that needs a lot of development in the space I work…
Can’t remember if I actually replied.
You didn’t reply to the consultancy work question…
Sure sure. Give me a call. Or email…
What is your preferred email – or best time to call GMT?
If you could send me your email address I will send you an email – I am looking for some assistance with critical analysis and problem solving – do you have any infographics on those subjects? I’d also like to engage you for some consultancy?
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Another great infographic. This one gives teachers some great ideas. Useful to put up in the officeas a reminder when I am trying think of alternatives that I can offer students to show me what they have learned.