Providing Highly Valuable Assessment and Feedback as a Relief Teacher
In this course, presented by Vikki Grant, you will learn formative and summative assessment techniques that you can implement in a relief teaching setting as well as common signs to look for as markers of understanding.
2 HoursCourse Duration
Completing Providing Highly Valuable Assessment and Feedback as a Relief Teacher will contribute 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing Standard Descriptor(s) 5.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers Page 2 of 3 towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
About this course
Assessment and feedback are the backbone of ensuring student improvement. It can however be difficult to analyse and correct within the short time frames that relief teachers have to work to.
In this course learn formative and summative assessment techniques that you can implement in a relief teaching setting.
Increasing your ability to give accurate feedback will improve student outcomes, assist and impress the full time teacher you are replacing and allow you to truly continue and progress a child’s education in your role as relief teacher.
Join us and share your thoughts and ideas on feedback and assessment strategies that have work and do work for you.
You will learn:
Form a deeper understanding of the evidence behind the need for effective formative assessment to accurately ascertain student knowledge and inform teaching
Become more confident in designing and implementing formative assessment strategies across different curriculum areas
Use assessment data to provide timely and meaningful feedback to students to help them reflect on their learning and develop appropriate learning goals
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Director of Professional Development - Granted Education
About the presenter
I develop and facilitate workshops that focus on engagement, movement, and technology. I'm passionate about helping teachers develop strategies to implement, which in their design, minimise behavior management issues in the classroom.
As educators, it's our job to ignite the passion for learning, to help pique curiosities and encourage our students to explore new possibilities and just have a go!
Students appreciate it when we step outside of the mundane and in doing so, we exponentially increase their ability to be able to access the information. If we make it interesting, relevant and heaven forbid, fun, then learning easily follows.