Educator Tips: An Assessment Cycle
for the PYP Classroom
Cindy Blackburn
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The PYP outlines four dimensions of assessment – monitoring, documenting, measuring, and reporting. Understanding the function of each assessment type can feel very difficult when done out of context. As educators, we often find ourselves asking: What does this really look like in practice in classrooms?

I have developed this cycle of assessment to showcase what the assessment process can look like in action. Check out this educator tips video for a deeper dive into the assessment cycle and get practical examples of what it might look like in practice.

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Toddle’s Educator Tips Series: Every educator has their own ways of creating magic in the classroom. Our Educator Tips video series features experienced educators sharing insider tips, tricks and hacks that have worked in their classrooms over the years.

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Cindy Blackburn
Cindy Blackburn
Cindy Blackburn is an experienced PYP educator and is passionate about sharing her learnings in the form of visual, engaging, easy-to-access teaching and learning resources. She works with the Toddle Team to support PYP educators as they grow in their practice. She is a believer in digital collaboration and loves connecting with teachers from around the world to share best practices.
Disclaimer - This resource has been produced independently of and not endorsed by the IB. Toddle’s resources seek to encourage sharing of perspectives and innovative ideas for classroom teaching & learning. They are not intended to be replacements for official IB guides and publications. Views and opinions expressed by the authors of these resources are personal and should not be construed as official guidance by the IB. Please seek assistance from your school’s IB coordinator and/or refer to official IB documents before implementing ideas and strategies shared within these resources in your classroom.