Diversity and Achievement Supporting Assessment Practices
Effective innovations in assessments practices are responsive to diverse students and enhance student achievements. Students for example are diverse in terms of for example gender, age, ethnicity, culture, sexuality, socio economic background, ability, religion and life aspirations.
This workshop is designed to provide practical support to teachers creating and developing assessment materials and practices to meet current student and end user needs.
The workshop will review: key assessment methods, the diverse capabilities we may wish to assess and teaching practices that may support and challenge diversity and achievement recognising assessment. Critical practices such as Hattie’s Visible Learning and SMART feedback and feed forward will also be examined in the light of future societal and workplace needs. This workshop will have value for the experienced and those new to diversity and achievement supporting assessment design and practices.
New Zealand (nationwide)
Contact: Maya Gurung
(07) 834 0451