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To support pupils in catching up on lost learning we must first concern ourselves with the vital task of identifying exactly what gaps exist and for whom.
This unit will introduce a range of practical assessment approaches for doing exactly that while also actively engaging the pupils themselves in the assessment process.
Aims and outcomes
- Explore the key role of formative assessment in supporting pupil progress.
- Evaluate the role of ‘low-stakes’ assessment.
- Consider the impact of memory on learning.
- Introduce ideas for actively involving pupils in the assessment process.
Unit 2: Using assessment to identify specific gaps in learning
Step 1: Establishing a ‘humane’ and pupil-centred assessment culture
Step 2: Low-stakes, high-impact assessment strategies
Step 3: Assessment to enhance memory and retrieval learning
Step 4: Involving pupils in the assessment process
Step 5: Learning into practice
End of Unit 2 quiz