Assessing and Reflecting
This process supports learners in reflecting on their strengths and needs for learning and communicating those in a safe way.
- Display key skills and understandings from a unit of study.
- Provide learners with sticky dots, which act like an anonymous vote.
- Ask learners to put a dot beside each of the skills and understandings they feel confident about.
- By looking at the patterns that emerge, responsive instruction can be planned for those areas that have fewer dots.
- Provide learners with two colours of sticky dots – one colour for areas of strength and the second colour for those key concepts/skills for which students feel they need more time and support.
- Use coloured bingo dabbers or markers instead of coloured sticky dots.
- Learners can use colour-coded sticky dots to make connections between strategies and purposes or skills and applications or…