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Assessment, Feedback and Reporting,
1st Edition

Linda Cranley, Genevieve Johnson, Wendy Harmon

ISBN-13: 9780170441032 | ISBN-10: 0170441032

Copyright 2021

| Not Yet Published

| 304 pages

List Price USD $63.75

Overview

This new title provides you with the strategies and skills to achieve the essential AITSL Standard 5: Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning. It includes the following key features: - Practical strategies for assessment and reporting, with classroom activities and assessment examples, as well as descriptions of real-world situations - Guidelines on how to achieve AITSL standard 5 requirements with activities that build a portfolio of evidence of professional practice - Connecting with the local community and showing you how to approach reporting to parents Assessment, Feedback and Reporting references both the Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, making it a vital resource for pre-service teachers at all levels – from early childhood education and care, through primary and secondary.

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Meet the Authors

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Linda Cranley is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Notre Dame Australia. She is the Primary Degree coordinator for Bachelor of Education and Master of Teaching programs and course coordinator for HASS and Assessment units. Linda has been the recipient of the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Vice Chancellor's Award for Initiatives that Enhance Student Learning. She has worked in the education field for the past 30 years, teaching across many year levels in several primary schools throughout Perth. As a primary school teacher, Linda has held a variety of positions including curriculum coordinator, support teacher and gifted and talented coordinator as well as assistant principal. Linda has recently completed research into the impact of standardised testing, in particular the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), on the teaching and learning of mathematics.

Genevieve Johnson is a senior lecturer at La Trobe University, where she coordinates and delivers several primary and early childhood subjects. Genevieve has been an educator for 30 years and has enjoyed teaching many year levels in several primary schools and district high schools throughout Western Australia and Victoria. For the past 13 years, she has taught at Melbourne University and La Trobe University in teacher education. As a primary school teacher, Genevieve held a variety of positions including key teacher, senior teacher, support teacher, wellbeing/pastoral coordinator as well as acting principal. She was nominated for Teacher of the Year several times. Currently, Genevieve is interested in assisting teachers with real and practical applications for their teaching to maximise student engagement and success. She has presented research into student satisfaction and success at a variety of conferences. Genevieve is currently completing her PhD.

Wendy Harmon is an experienced leader and educator who currently lectures at the University of Notre Dame Australia. With more than 30 years’ experience across early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary contexts at class and leadership levels, Wendy brings her knowledge of best-practice pedagogy together with professional development. Her love of learning (and teaching) has resulted in numerous letters of commendation from the Vice Chancellor and Dean of Education and, while principal, the school community nominated her for the Business Woman of the Year Award for her ability to engage the community and facilitate growth and change. Wendy’s intellectual interests include play and pedagogy, motivation, the power of formative assessment and integration. She is researching freedom and creativity (Critical and creative thinking General Capability) to complete a PhD.

  • A chapter opening vignette sets each chapter in a personal context, highlighting the relevance of the material about to be explored
  • This text is divided into three parts to clearly demonstrate the context, the application and engagement around assessment
  • End-of-chapter activities encourage students to consider their own understanding and philosophies and uncover and share understandings in a group
  • A teaching performance assessment (TPA) is a tool used to assess the practical skills and knowledge of pre-service teachers (PSTs) against the Graduate Teacher Standards in the final year of their teacher education program. Each chapter starts with two boxes, the TEACHING PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT (TPA) PRACTICES box and the APST box, to orient the student as to how each chapter connects with the TPA and Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST)
  • Students learn how to connect with the local community in Part 3 'Engaging with the local and international community', with chapters illustrating how to deal with reporting to parents which is a challenging prospect for pre-service teachers
  • Students review their understanding of the key chapter topics with the summary at the end of each chapter
  • Pre-service teachers improve their professional vocabulary with important key terms marked in bold and defined in the margin when they are used in the text for the first time
  • 'Think and discuss' questions encourage students to pause and reflect critically on the material they have just read and their own practices, attitudes and beliefs, as they progress through the chapter
  • Each chapter begins with a list of learning objectives that foregrounds what students are about to learn
  • Students can extend their understanding with the suggested references and web links relevant to each chapter

Table of Contents

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Part 1 CONTEXTS FOR TEACHING
1. An introduction to assessment, feedback and reporting
2. AITSL standard to planning, assessment, feedback and reporting
3. National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy
4. Purpose, principles and stakeholders
Part 2 CLASSROOM APPLICATION
5. Learning objectives; the destination
6. Formative assessment; the key to increasing student achievement
7. Assessment strategies
8. Providing effective feedback
Part 3 ENGAGING WITH THE LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
9. Reporting on the report
10. Australia on the global stage

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

Assessment, Feedback and Reporting: A guide to increasing student learning Student Companion Website

ISBN13:9780170450638
ISBN10:0170450635

Instructor Website for Cranley's Assessment, Feedback and Reporting

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Your #1 resource for your course. This tailored collection of teaching tools includes downloadable PowerPoint lecture slides, Instructor's Guide, and artwork. The Instructor's Guide is packed with content that helps you set up and administer your class: chapter outlines, student activities, and reporting templates for students. Log in or request an account to access instructor resources at cengage.com.au/instructors for Australia or cengage.co.nz/instructors for New Zealand.

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Assessment, Feedback and Reporting

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