AFTER: What do I actually do for a collaborative assessment?


There are instructions below for yourself and your learners.

Tutor Instructions

  1. Choose two or three literacy or numeracy activities, goals or learning areas for the group to focus on.
  2. Record these on the group worksheet. You can type over the prompts and make it your own.
  3. Decide whether you need to facilitate the discussion or help record the answers.
  4. Explain the task to your learners. It should be a discussion. You should record the answers if writing is going to distract from the discussion.
  5. Ask the group to:
    • Rate themselves in terms of how they got on with this learning or the goals you focused on. Remember, you should focus this on specific aspects of literacy and numeracy.
    • Discuss their answers to the other questions in the template.
  6. Collect the evidence when they’re finished.

Instructions for the group

  1. Write down the names of the people in your group and the date.
  2. Read the questions and discuss what you think you have learned for each activity, goal or learning area.
  3. Record your answers. Another person including your tutor can do this for you if you want.

What does collaborative assessment look like?

Here are some of the prompts and question from our template. Feel free to download the template, modify the questions or prompts or just work with these if you know what you’re doing. As a group, how did we get on with the learning or meeting the goals we set?

As a group, how did we get on with the learning or meeting the goals we set?

  • How did we get on with…[insert literacy or numeracy activity or learning goal 1]?
a. Great b. Ok c. Not so great

 

  • How did we get on with…[insert literacy or numeracy activity or learning goal 2]?
a. Great b. Ok c. Not so great

 

  • How did we get on with…[insert literacy or numeracy activity or learning goal 3]?
a. Great b. Ok c. Not so great

 

  • What did we do well?

 

  • What do we need to work on?

 

  • What have we agreed on?

 

  • What haven’t we agreed on?

 

 

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