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Evaluate own knowledge performance and understanding against internal or external benchmarks

 

Activity 1
Links to learning outcome 1 (1.1 1.2 1.3)

Prepare a presentation to share with colleagues during staff development week on assessment for learning.

This presentation should:

  • Analyse the role of the support worker in relation to assessing learner achievement
  • Summarise the difference between formative and summative assessment
  • Explain the characteristics of assessment for learning

Activity 2
Be able to reflect on organisational practice.

For this activity answer the following criteria critically analysing your role and how your own values impact on your practice.

Provide suitable examples.

Explain how reflection supports improving the quality of the learning environment (2.1)
Demonstrate the ability to reflect on practice (2.2)
Describe how own values belief systems and experiences may affect working practice (2.3)

Evaluate own knowledge performance and understanding against internal or external benchmarks (3.1)

Supervisory Observation

This unit requires you to be observed in your own setting. Your supervisor should observe you in practice completing the following tasks as part of your day to day role.

Your supervisor will complete an observation form with commentary on your performance and competency in these specific tasks.

Following your observation you should discuss with your supervisor any areas of development as part of a professional discussion. A professional discussion form should be completed/or a zoom recording of your professional discussion can be submitted.

Please ensure that your name units’ number and criteria identified in the observation is included. All records must be signed and dated before submitting your tutor.

Criteria covered:

  • Use clear language and examples to discuss and clarify personalised learning goals and criteria for assessing progress with learners (2.1)
  • Use assessment opportunities and strategies to gain information and make judgements about how well learners are participating in activities and the progress they are making (2.2)
  • Use information gained from monitoring learner participation and progress to help learners to review their learning strategies achievements and future learning needs (3.1)
  • Demonstrate ways to encourage learners to communicate their needs and ideas for future learning (3.2)
  • Show how to support learners in using peer assessment and self-assessment to evaluate their learning achievements (3.3)

Show how to support learners to (3.4):

  • Reflect on their learning
  • Identify the progress they have made
  • Identify their emerging learning needs
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of their learning strategies and plan how to improve them

Provide feedback to the teacher on (4.1):

  • Learner participation and progress in the learning activities
  • Learners’ engagement in and response to assessment for learning
  • Learners’ progress in taking responsibility for their own learning

Reflective Records

Reflective Records are an opportunity for you to provide an account of your working practice with examples of how you meet each of the following criteria.

You should complete your reflective record using the Reflective Record sheet that we provide. After you have completed your Reflective Record both you and your work-based supervisor must sign and date the reflective record.

You may include more than one criteria on one Reflective Record sheet. You must clearly state the Unit Number Unit Name and Criteria Number(s) on your Reflective Record Sheet. Please note sheets are provided at the back on the course.

Complete a Reflective Record sheet to demonstrate how you meet each of the following criteria. You must provide specific examples of how you have done this in practice. It is not enough to just describe your responsibilities in each case – specific examples of what you have done in your work place should make up your Reflective Records.

Criteria covered:

  • Collate the information needed to update learner records from valid and reliable sources (5.1)
  • Show how to raise any concerns about the information with the relevant people (5.2)
  • Review learner records to ensure they are accurate complete and up-to-date (5.3)
  • Show how to maintain confidentiality according to organisational and legal requirements (5.4)
  • Use organisational procedures to ensure secure storage of learner records (5.5)