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Assessment

A stack related to assessment in teaching & learning

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Assessment can be F______________ Formative
Assessment can be S______________ Summative
What is SUMMATIVE assessment? Assessment that summarises learning & achievement at a given time, e.g. a test score.
What is FORMATIVE assessment? A range of formal & informal procedures taking place during the learning process designed to help the learner improve their work & achievement, e.g. qualitative feedback on an assignment.
An example of a FORMATIVE assessment is... A fun quiz to check learning & inform planning of the learner's next stage.
An example of a SUMMATIVE assessment is... An examination.
What is Assessment? The process of observing & measuring learning.
Created by: LaurenItbcot