Presentation on theme: "Opportunities for Assessment in My Changing World."— Presentation transcript:
Opportunities for Assessment in My Changing World
Implications for Learning and Teaching ALL subjects have a statutory responsibility to help pupils acquire and develop skills and capabilities Ongoing part of classroom activity Infused into the context of the subject Formative assessment (assessment for learning) Need for planning Cross Curricular Skills Thinking Skills Personal Capabilities Levels of Progression
The Cross-Curricular Skills Levels of Progression
The Levels of Progression: are for Communication, Using Mathematics and Using ICT. will be used to make holistic summative judgements about pupil progress each year; form the basis for reporting on the skills; also provide a continuum of development and progression directly linked to the requirements; are competence based - Pupils can ; are mapped to National Qualifications Framework (Functional/Key/Essential Skills); are currently in draft format, until detailed legislation is in place.
Levels of Progression: Communication www.nicurriculum.org.uk
Levels of Progression: Using Mathematics www.nicurriculum.org.uk
Levels of Progression: Using ICT www.nicurriculum.org.uk
KEY FEATURES OF LEVELS 1 & 2 FAMILIAR CONTEXTS MODELLED, SHARES AND GUIDED READING, WRITING etc REAL OBJECTS SIMPLE ACTIVITIES EXPLORE, EXPRESS, EXCHANGE, EVALUATE & EXHIBIT DEVELOPMENT – WITHIN AND TOWARDS LEVELS
Personal Development USING MATHEMATICS – measure resource 4 COMMUNICATION – Talking & Listening resource 6
Employability COMMUNICATION – Reading resources: 1,2 USING MATHEMATICS – handling data resource 2
Citizenship USING MATHEMATICS – algebra & number resource 1 COMMUNICATION – Writing resources 3,4
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