Structuring formative assessment and using these to monitor student progress and assess student achievement

Structuring formative assessment and using these to monitor student progress and assess student achievement

Presenter: Chizuko Inoue-Andersson
This online workshop was recorded on 15 October and is is 1 hour in duration.

Click this link to view the recording:
Structuring formative assessment and using these to monitor student progress and assess student achievement

Course description: 

This course builds on ’Overview of differentiation as defined in High Impact Teaching Strategies’. The course looks at ways to design formative assessments that allow a teacher to monitor student progress against the initial results and assess student achievement. This means creating formative assessments that provide rich enough data to allow a teacher to make informed, comparison-based judgements on a students’ progress. This course is suitable to teachers with long term temporary roles or aspiring to that work.

VIT PD registration requirements:
This on-demand redcording of the online workshop can be used towards VIT registration requirements. After watching the 1 hour recording, you will be able to click on links allowing you to generate a certificate addressing the below Standards.

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers addressed:

5.1.2 Develop, select and use informal and formal, diagnostic, formative and summative assessment strategies to assess student learning;
5.4.2 Use student assessment data to analyse and evaluate student understanding of subject/content, identifying interventions and modifying teaching practice