New date: Learning Stories and the Principles of Assessment Workshop (Gisborne)
Learning Stories and the Principles of Assessment
What is the role of assessment in ECE and what should it look like? Good assessment aims to make valued learning visible, showing the complexity of learning within a meaningful context. This workshop draws on the socio-cultural perspective and the bio-ecological model underpinning Te Whāriki. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss -
- The Purpose of Assessment
- The Key Characteristics of good Assessment
- The concept of ‘ako’, using a variety of perspectives.
The workshop will focus on the Principles of Assessment as guidance and challenge for writing effective Learning Stories. Participants will also be able to explore the role of Learning Stories in the cycle of assessment, planning, and evaluation.
Please bring along your copy of Te Whāriki.
Facilitator: Katina Beauchamp
- All workshops are half-day (four hours)
- Each workshop costs: $130+GST (ECC members), $150+GST (non members)
- The ECC reserves the right to cancel workshops a week prior to the scheduled date if there are insufficient registration number
- There will be a 10% administration fee for any cancellation
- No catering provided
- No refunds with cancellations within 24 hours of workshop
- Parking: There is no free parking onsite. ECC does not take responsibility to provide parking for attendees. Please check google maps for parking nearby.
- The ECC may, on occasion, have to cancel or reschedule a workshop due to adverse weather, low registration numbers or other factors.
We will endeavour to provide as much advance notice of a change as is possible, but we cannot accept responsibility for staff time, backfilling positions, or travel associated expenses to/from the venue.
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