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How do you assess the children to see if they have achieved the learning outcomes?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mystery10, May 26, 2011.

  1. mystery10

    mystery10 Occasional commenter

    Have a miniwhite board each and get them to put tick, cross or questionmark at the end of the lesson and hold it up when you have asked the question "do you feel you can now do such and such".
    Getting a child to teach another child is good - comes at the top of Maslow's activities that result in good retention, and it's also a way that you can see if they understood it if you watch the "lesson" taught by the child and make it a fun activity as part of your lesson.
    Another popular one seems to be traffic lights that children draw and colour in at the end of the piece of work. For me, nothing beats marking the work to see if they understood it or can do it but that is old fashioned now.

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