Have your students achieved the learning intention?
- Can students apply the idea to a different context?
- Can students provide reasoning for how an answer was achieved?
- Can students can identify wrong thinking/ideas from exemplars?
- Can students critically evaluate the work of others’ or their own work?
- Can students critique models?
Post your suggestion in the comments below. After you’ve posted your suggestion, take a look at another learner’s suggestion and comment on how and why you could use this with your students, or not.
TaskYour approach to inferenceHow you might infer learning? Draw upon your own experiences or the suggestions above for activities.Select one of the four cases below. If you do not teach science or mathematics, feel free to choose an example from your own subject.What would you plan to do to in the lesson to infer how well students have understood:
- Primary maths – an idea such as doubling.
- Primary science – an idea such as changes in the weather and day length across the seasons.
- Secondary maths – an idea such as simultaneous equations.
- Secondary science – an idea such as the rate of reaction.
Planning for Learning: Formative Assessment
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