|Assessment FOR Learning||
Assessment FOR Learning:
· Often serves diagnostic purposes.
· Involves the use of a task or an activity for to determine student progress prior to/during a unit.
· Allows for feedback that is descriptive, in which the Teacher points out merits and areas for improvement.
· Teachers may adjust classroom instruction based upon the readiness and needs of the students.
· Students are provided valuable feedback on their own learning.
|Assessment As Learning
Assessment AS Learning:
· Requires setting of goals, tracking of progress, and reflecting on outcomes.
· Encourages student ownership over their own learning (self-directedness).
· Students use assessment as an opportunity to further their own learning.
· May involve self/peer evaluation, in which students reflect on their own learning and identify key areas of strength and need.
|Assessment OF Learning||
Assessment OF Learning:
· Often takes place as a summation of a unit’s work.
· Involves the use of a task or an activity to measure a student’s performance using a specific and specified set of criteria that are aligned to the unit’s expected outcomes.
Posted by：Christopher Foo, Fan Wenying and Pamela Ng
Learning Technologies Team (LTT)
Raffles Girls’ School