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Evaluation

There are two types of assessment; assessment of learning and assessment for learning.

Assessment of learning is a summative assessment to ascertain the level a child has reached.

Assessment for learning is the ongoing day-to-day formative assessment that takes place to collect feedback on how well students are learning, by gathering information on what a child understands or does not understand and how future teaching will be adapted to account for this.

Effective ongoing day to day assessments would include effective questioning, observation of children during teaching and whilst they are working; analyzing work and reporting to parents and giving feedback when necessary. Overall, assessment for learning is a process of reflection which aims towards improvement.

 

 
   
 
   
 
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