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Time Saving Assessment Strategies

For many teachers, simply mentioning the word "assessment" evokes feelings of panic and dread. This collection of resources seeks to provide an understanding of different assessment strategies while offering practical tips that will take some of the angst out of assessment, particularly if you teach large classes or practical subjects.
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Time Saving Assessment Strategies
  • opencolleges.edu.au

    21 Ways to Check for Student Understanding - InformED

    6 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    For many teachers, the process of ascertaining students' knowledge and understanding is relegated to summative assessment tasks. However, this blog post identifies 21 ways in which you can check your students' understanding along the way, subsequently ensuring they are better prepared for their summative assessment items.
  • dylanwiliamcenter.com

    Practical Ideas for Classroom Formative Assessment

    5 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    Sometimes assessing practical subjects can seem a little overwhelming particularly as these subject areas are more subjective. Dylan Williams, who also co-authored a book on the subject of formative assessment strategies, offers some practical advice to keep assessment manageable, student focused, and user-friendly.
  • edudemic.com

    Every Teacher's Guide to Assessment

    8 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    This article seeks to demystify highschool assessment and provides a comprehensive look at the different forms of formative and summative assessment and their purpose. It also explores types of questions and assessment delivery methods that will provide you with an accurate picture of your students' abilities.
  • Shelley Okposin says:
    Incorporating effective and efficient assessment strategies can prove to be a challenge particularly in practical subjects such as art. This clip explores two art classes in two London schools, identifying some of the challenges teachers experience relating to assessment and how they over come them. It also looks at how assessment levels can be used to inform students of what they need to do in order to progress.
  • theguardian.com

    How to make marking more efficient: three new techniques for teachers

    6 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    Many teacher's can feel burdened by the process of marking students' work and providing feedback. Unbeknownst to them, many teachers incorporate marking processes that enable students to become dependant upon them. In this article, an English teacher offers strategies to assist teachers in providing efficient and effective feedback that will empower their students.