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Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework

Workshop 8 The Assessment Bank Supporting school-based assessment Workshop 8 The Assessment Bank Supporting school-based assessment

When you hear the words “Assessment Bank”, what are your expectations regarding its: • When you hear the words “Assessment Bank”, what are your expectations regarding its: • content • technical capabilities.

Workshop aims • To provide information about the Assessment Bank • To show the Workshop aims • To provide information about the Assessment Bank • To show the Assessment Bank can support teaching, learning and school-based assessment

The five components of the QCAR Framework Essential Learnings clarify what to teach Standards The five components of the QCAR Framework Essential Learnings clarify what to teach Standards provide a common language to describe student achievement Assessment Bank provides online access to a collection of quality assessments and resources Queensland Comparable provide evidence of what students Assessment Tasks (QCATs) know, understand can do, and in Years 4, 6 and 9 support consistency of teacher judgment Guidelines for Reporting support consistency of reporting

What is the Assessment Bank? The Assessment Bank is an online collection of assessments What is the Assessment Bank? The Assessment Bank is an online collection of assessments and resources that are linked to the Essential Learnings and Standards and used to support teaching, learning and school-based assessment.

Why have an Assessment Bank? • To support school-based assessment • To model assessment Why have an Assessment Bank? • To support school-based assessment • To model assessment using Essential Learnings and Standards • To model a variety of assessments and resources

How are assessments presented? 1. Student booklet 2. Teacher guidelines 3. Assessment-related resources (where How are assessments presented? 1. Student booklet 2. Teacher guidelines 3. Assessment-related resources (where applicable) 4. Guide to making judgments 5. Indicative A response 6. Sample responses (when available)

Student booklet Student booklet

Identify curriculum Sequence teaching & learning Develop assessment Make judgments Use feedback Identify curriculum Sequence teaching & learning Develop assessment Make judgments Use feedback

Guide to making judgments Task-specific assessable elements Assessable elements Task-specific descriptions of the expected Guide to making judgments Task-specific assessable elements Assessable elements Task-specific descriptions of the expected qualities of student learning to be demonstrated Provision for feedback

Guide to making judgments Assessable elements Task-specific assessable elements Task-specific descriptors that signpost the Guide to making judgments Assessable elements Task-specific assessable elements Task-specific descriptors that signpost the discernable differences in the quality of student performance along a continuum.

Indicative A response Indicative A response

Sample responses Student response Annotations describe how the sample matches the taskspecific descriptors Sample responses Student response Annotations describe how the sample matches the taskspecific descriptors

What is a resource? Classroom resource Professional resource What is a resource? Classroom resource Professional resource

Teachers may choose to use the assessments and resources: • as they are, or Teachers may choose to use the assessments and resources: • as they are, or adapt to suit local needs • as a springboard for developing new assessments and resources • as a basis for conversations with parents, educators and other school communities.

Curriculum leaders may choose to: • encourage educators to access the Assessment Bank • Curriculum leaders may choose to: • encourage educators to access the Assessment Bank • provide professional development in the use of the Assessment Bank • facilitate conversations with parents, educators and other school committees using examples from the Assessment Bank • develop opportunities for teachers to moderate student work.

Discussion How can the Assessment Bank support teaching, learning and assessment in my classroom Discussion How can the Assessment Bank support teaching, learning and assessment in my classroom and school?

User Log in www. qsa. qld. edu. au > Assessment > QCAR > Assessment User Log in www. qsa. qld. edu. au > Assessment > QCAR > Assessment Bank

What are the main features of the Assessment Bank? Favourites Personalised home page Previous What are the main features of the Assessment Bank? Favourites Personalised home page Previous searches and downloads Search for assessments and resources Profile-based links

Assessment search Easy to use and flexible When KLA Languages is selected, the Language Assessment search Easy to use and flexible When KLA Languages is selected, the Language levels appear:

Assessment search results Overview of assessment Assessment search results Overview of assessment

Assessment package details Assessment content in multiple formats View assessment documents Add assessments to Assessment package details Assessment content in multiple formats View assessment documents Add assessments to your Library Cart

Resource search Search for resources Professional resources & classroom resources Resource search Search for resources Professional resources & classroom resources

More information on the QCAR Framework Website: www. qsa. qld. edu. au Email: office@qsa. More information on the QCAR Framework Website: www. qsa. qld. edu. au Email: [email protected] qld. edu. au