Theme Three: Teacher's Practice Assessment
Our school has a written policy on assessing and reporting on students' progress
Our assesment policy takes account of the requirements of each subject syllabus
Our assesment policy takes account of the National Literacy an Numeracy Strategy
Our assesment policy takes account of the NCCA guidelines
Subject plans include an analyses of students' results in state exams
I use the analysis of students' exam results to better inform my teaching
I include Assessment for Learning approaches to evaluate students' understanding, progress and achievement of expected learning outcomes
I include Assessment of Learning approaches to evaluate students' understanding, progress and achievement of expected learning outcomes
Students are involved in the assessment of their own work
Students actively engage in self assessment
Students actively engage in peer assessment
Students written work is regularly monitored and corrected
Students non-written work is regularly monitored and corrected
The feedback I give to students is constructive and effective enough that students easily understand how to improve their learning
The teaching and learning in my classroom is ammended in the light of feedback
I check students' understanding during and at the end of lessons
I use standardised tests when required
The gathering of imformation on students' learning is timely and happens at regular intervals
Students' school assessment records are useful and easy to interpret
Students' progress is effectively communicated to parents at suitable intervals
Information regarding student progress is shared with relevant staff members as necessary
Assessment information is analysed and used to:
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