This paper focuses on “PROCESSES, APPLICATION AND INFLUENCE OF ASSESSMENT PRACTICES ON TEACHING AND LEARNING (LEVEL 7)”. Why do we assess?
“PROCESSES, APPLICATION AND INFLUENCE OF ASSESSMENT PRACTICES ON TEACHING AND LEARNING (LEVEL 7)”
Part 1 (2000 words)
Why do we assess? Critically evaluate the theories and processes underpinning assessment in present day early years settings and primary schools.
Part 2 (2000 words) Application of assessment theory in practice from school to pupil level.
Consider both statutory requirements and non-statutory guidance.
Include recent research and literature in this field.
A critical evaluation of how assessment is used to track the learning of pupils.
Demonstrate a critical understanding of how assessment impacts upon teaching and learning. Investigate and critically analyse methods, application and the influence of assessment practices on teaching and learning in Primary Education. Critically reflect on and develop a deeper understanding of assessment in Primary Education demonstrating an awareness of the influence of international, national and school priorities. Systematically review and analyse current policy, practice, trends and statutory requirements for assessment in Primary Education. Demonstrate critical understanding of resources required to enable effective and appropriate assessment practices which support pupil progress.
About the course
St Paul’s Caritas Christi Alliance Cluster
Welcome to the St Paul’s Caritas Christi Alliance Cluster and Newman University School Direct PGCE Programme. You will achieve Qualified Teacher Status and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, including Master’s level credits from Newman University, an outstanding Higher Education provider. The PGCE is internationally recognised, and portable. By training with us, you will work with experienced, expert professionals from our cluster of school providers.
The programme will prepare you fully for the practical demands of teaching, learning from experienced outstanding teachers and immediately put your new skills into practice. Training sessions are held at Newman University on a calendared programme on ten Fridays throughout the Autumn and Spring terms.
Modules Module Descriptions PGP701 Contemporary, Creative and Innovative Practice in the Core Curriculum (Level 7 – Primary Masters)
PGP702 Processes, application and influence of assessment practices on teaching and learning (Level 7 – Primary Masters)
PG723P Processes, application and influence of assessment practices on teaching and learning (Level 7 – EYFS Masters)