Assessment and Assessment Techniques

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A plan will be devised to implement a formative assessment activity. The activity will take into account children with differing needs and interests of children within my setting. The rationale for my design will be written up demonstrating systematic process of planning, implementation and evaluation of the task. This will include my choice of approaches and methods. I will evaluate within this rationale, with a reflection of the activity and its implementation with links to the EYFS (2008) and theorists such as Bruner (sustained shared thinking) and vygotsky (scaffolding). I will then discuss how I will use the results in creating teaching and learning strategies. Formative assessment means the planned process of gathering information. It is also ongoing and has no end product. EYFS 2008B EXPLAINS formative assessment as.. Assessment for learning it is ongoing and informs planning When incorporated into Early Years practice, the formative assessment process provides information needed to adjust teaching and learning whilst it is still happening. The process serves as practice for the children and a check for their understanding during the learning process. The formative assessment process acts as a guide for practitioners in making decisions about future teaching intentions. Here are a few examples that may be used in the classroom during the formative assessment process to collect evidence of student learning. Inc. planning cycle Formative assessment happens within my setting through???? Explain assessment practice of children’s learning within my setting happens through: . Observations The more we know about students, the more we can help them. Observations, sometimes called kid watching, can help teachers determine what students do and do not know. There are several instruments and techniques that teachers can use to record
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