Developing Assessment Capable Students

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Student reflection and feedback templates to develop assessment capability
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Assessment capable students are students who have agency and take ownership of their learning. As educators, our goal is to equip students with the skills and capability they need to be lifelong learners.

When children become assessment capable, they continuously monitor their progress, reflect on their learning, set learning goals, and plan the next steps to achieve their goals. In this video, we will help you partner with students during the assessment process by unpacking the three roles of assessment-capable students and sharing strategies to help you get started today!

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Developing assessment capability requires students and teachers to partner in developing goals, reflecting on learning, and self-adjusting. Becoming assessment capable is a lifelong skill that leads to limitless learning! Now that we have all of the pieces, let’s put them together. Check out our next, and final section (part-5) on reporting!

Read about Levi Allison’s 3 ingredients to growing assessment capability here.

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