Presentation on theme: "3 to 18 Curriculum Early Level - pre-school to P1 First Level – P2 to end of P4 Second Level – P5 to P7 Third and Fourth Level – S1- S3. Many pupils will."— Presentation transcript:
3 to 18 Curriculum Early Level - pre-school to P1 First Level – P2 to end of P4 Second Level – P5 to P7 Third and Fourth Level – S1- S3. Many pupils will be accessing fourth level in S3 Children progress at different rates and some will achieve Levels earlier or later.
National testing 5-14 National Assessment Bank: to confirm teacher’s professional judgement ‘how fast’
Some of the “newer” ideas Assessment should focus on breadth, challenge and application Application challenge breadth
Key Ideas Some new, some not so new: 1.Learner engagement in assessment is crucial 2.Teachers need to use many approaches to assessment 3.Assessment should focus on breadth, challenge and application 4.Professional dialogue is central to agreeing standards
Wider Range of Assessment Approaches and Evidence Tests Formative feedback Self and peer assessment Personal learning planning approaches National Assessment Resource Skills progression grids Dialogue and discussion Evidence may come from things that learners say, write, make, do.
Reporting - the CfE level that your child is currently working on is reported for the following curriculum areas Health and Wellbeing Language and Literacy Mathematics and Numeracy Some pupils can be working over two different levels.
Reporting on progress The Learner… Has started to engage in the work of a level and is beginning to make progress across the breadth of experiences and outcomes for that level Has achieved a breadth of learning across many of the experiences and outcomes for the level and can apply what has been learned in familiar situations. Has achieved a breadth of learning across almost all of the experiences and outcomes for the level and has responded consistently well to the level of challenge within these. Has progressed to more challenging learning in some aspects and can apply what has been learned in new and unfamiliar situations