1.6 Summative assessment will be used to make judgments about a student's achievement at the end of a sequence of instruction in order to assign a grade (assessment of learning).

Assessment Does Not Always Require Something Tangible
There are a number of different ways for students to show what they know. This is a handy checklist for teachers which offers differentiated assessment ideas.

Differentiated Assessment Fact Sheet
Differentiation is what we do to enable more students to meet outcomes. The teacher who plans instruction and assessment to accommodate differences chooses the tools that are best to meet the needs of learners. This Assessment Fact sheet explores when and how to differentiate assessment in the classroom.

Four Domain Portfolio

Effective Feedback Fact Sheet
Feedback focuses on characteristics of the work the student has done or on characteristics of the process used. It points out what the student has done well (success feedback) and gives specific information to guide improvement (intervention feedback). This Assessment Fact Sheets provides ideas for providing quality feedback.

Elementary Assessment Fact Sheet
Indicators of sound classroom assessment practice are provided in an easy-to-read chart format. This list of indicators could be used for teachers or for Administrators. As well, this Assessment Fact Sheet provides guidelines for ensuring accurate assessment information is gathered throughout the year.

Effective Feedback Workbook
For Administrators and teachers looking for additional information about Effective Feedback, this workbook provides even more information.

Tips for Reassessment Fact Sheet
Based on the work of Rick Wormeli, this Assessment Fact Sheet provides suggestions for teachers who are interested in doing assessments the right way the first time! Assessment tips from Kenaston School will help teachers in creating an environment where reassessments are conducted in a supportive, positive manner.
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