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π•ƒπ•–π•§π•š π”Έπ•π•π•šπ•€π• π•Ÿ 23h
Replying to @Shaza33
A1: Assessment instructs further exploration. It helps us navigate our learning journey and the pit stops on the way.
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
Q4 Documenting: What strategies do you use to identify what you should be documenting in remote learning / early years settings? and what to do with it?
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
Please keep the conversations going, I’ll add Q5 Measuring: How do you find opportunities to collaboratively analyse data and evidence?
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
I am going to share a few specific questions on each element… Q3 Monitoring: How do you integrate observation, questioning, reflection, and discussion of learning with peers and teachers into open-ended tasks?
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
Great to have everyone here….Let’s jump in with Q1 What is the purpose of assessment?
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Brian Lalor 23h
yes, i know it is not rocket science but I love the amount of research the put into their programs. This is a prime example.
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
Welcome to this evening. Our focus: Dimensions of Assessment. Thank you for making the chat this evening :)
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
Let’s talk about an graphic…..Q2 The boxes for monitoring, documenting, measuring and reporting are all different sizes. What might this mean?
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Tonya Gilchrist 1m
Replying to @rozzuell @whatedsaid
I hadn't seen this post before. Thanks for sharing, Lyneth! I love growing ideas from around the world. πŸ’—πŸ’—
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Lyneth Rozzuell Magsalin 18h
This reminds me of the blog post by on responsive planing and she shared a section of the slide that we can use as we continue to reflect and monitor students learning -
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Lisa Kane Oct 19
My soul sings! Exactly our thoughts and conversations in our team at the moment. Embracing pedagogy with children at the heart. A call for an Early Years Programme – Learning through Play
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π•ƒπ•–π•§π•š π”Έπ•π•π•šπ•€π• π•Ÿ 23h
Replying to @bernasekhon
Hey Berna! Glad to have you here tonight!
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Sharyn Skrtic 23h
A1 to inform teaching and learning and to have an IMPACT on teaching and learning
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π•ƒπ•–π•§π•š π”Έπ•π•π•šπ•€π• π•Ÿ 23h
A3: Into everyday teaching and learning. Giving open-ended tasks and giving ss time to explore and show their learning in a way that makes sense to them.
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Christine Lederer 9h
I'm looking for Where are you?!
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Sharyn Skrtic Oct 19
What a great way to start my day today! So many powerful ideas and connections shared today.
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Aga Chojnacka Oct 19
Reviewing our for parents and students. Anything else you would add?
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Lara Jensen Oct 18
As we settle into hybrid teaching and learning models, what might that mean for Assessment in the PYP? Love to hear your thoughts. Join us for Wednesday, Oct 20 as we explore the dimensions of assessment.
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George Evans 23h
Replying to @Shaza33
A2: When I see the monitoring box that is larger, it makes me think that the graphic is emphasizing the importance of formative assessment. This also reminds me just because we've supposedly "taught" something doesn't mean that our Ss have learned it!
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@BernaSekhon 23h
Hi. Berna from ISS
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