Authentic Assessment

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 28 April 2022
Notice reference #: 1HATxe

When you think of learning for young tamariki, what comes to mind?

What does learning REALLY look like?

The challenge for kaiako is to notice what is meaningful learning for tamariki, not ourselves and capture this. Looking and thinking more deeply takes time, dedication and intelligent observation. It is the key to uncovering what is truly important to a tamaiti.

During any day we can notice hundreds of things that tamariki are doing. Through professional expertise and judgement we can recognise many of these things as meaningful learning. We must then respond to the learning we have recognised in order to support and extend it for tamariki. 

Where is assessment moving to in ECE?

What are Learning Notes?

Do you show threads of learning, interconnected and linked in your assessment?

Do you want to work smarter and not harder?

This workshop looks at assessment more deeply, how you can make this authentic and true for each and every tamaiti, how you can link this to your individual and group planning and practical ideas of involving whānau in the learning journey of their tamariki in a meaningful way.


Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

07 July 2022 – 07 July 2022

Further information

Contact: Martina Ewing

 (021) 617 038