Misconceptions identified from students’ performance
- Primary science: living things
- Secondary science: forces on moving objects
- Secondary science: exothermic and endothermic reactions
- Secondary maths
In week 3 you will develop further your ability to infer and tune your teaching from evidence collected.
DiscussInferring misconceptions from evidenceSelect one of the examples above and in the discussion below, share which example you are looking at and answer:
- What is the concept students may have difficulty with?
- Why do you think students provided the range of answers they did?
- What does this tell you about their understanding of the idea and where they may be struggling?Compare your responses to others.
Planning for Learning: Formative Assessment
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