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Types of Assessment

Assessment FOR learning Is more commonly known as formative & diagnostic assessments.
Assessment OF learning Is the use of a task or an activity to measure, record and report on a student's level of achievement in regards to specific learning expectations. These are often known as summative assessments. It is mostly done at the end of a task, unit of work etc.
Assessment AS learning Is the use of a task or an activity to further one's own learning. Self assessments allow students to reflect on their own learning and identify areas of strength and need. The students become aware of how they learn – become metacognitive.
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