Teaching STEM Subjects

Introducing Assessment for Learning

Introducing Assessment for Learning provides the starting point for your professional development, from which our subsequent courses will build: This course is supported by experienced mentors until 15 February 2018 . This course is for teachers, curriculum leaders, teaching assistants, newly qualified teachers, trainee teachers and others involved in teaching Science, Engineering, Technology, Computing or Maths. It’s suitable for educators working at primary, secondary or further education (ages 5-19 years). Teachers of other disciplines may find this course a useful introduction to the ideas of assessment for learning. You can use the hashtag #FLSTEMAssessment to talk about this course on social media.

Topics Covered
  • Key principles of assessment for learning
  • Intentional dialogue as a form of evidence of students’ understanding
  • Hinge-point questions to respond to students’ learning

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National STEM Learning Centre

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Length 3 weeks
Effort 3 hours per week
Starts Jan 21 (earlier today)
Cost $84
From National STEM Learning Centre via FutureLearn
Instructor Andrea Mapplebeck
Free Limited Content
Language English
Subjects Engineering
Tags Science, Engineering & Maths

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Toddler and Preschool Teachers $37k

Substitute Teachers Aide $39k

Assessment Technician $44k

Coordinator of Assessment and Learning $44k

Assessment Coordinator 3 $46k

Assessment Worker 1 $47k

Coordinator, Assessment and Learning Center $49k

Primary Grade Teachers $51k

Coordinator for Assessment $61k

IT Assessment Coordinator 1 $61k

Assessment Mentor $64k

Assessment Advisor $75k

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