D2L Minds Online
Assessment Component Main Page
1.1 Assessment Planning
1.2 Assessment for Learning
1.3 Learning Goals and Success Criteria
1.4 Descriptive Feedback
1.5 Assessment as Learning
1.6 Assessment of Learning
Leadership Component Main Page
2.1 Instructional Leadership
2.2 Professional Practice
2.3 Flexible Structures
2.4 Professional Inquiry
2.5 Student Well-being
Student Engagement Component Main Page
Student Engagement Criteria
3.1 Inclusive Environment
3.2 Partners in School Improvement
3.3 Student Voice
Curriculum Component Main Page
4.1 Culture of High Expectations
4.2 Literacy and Numeracy
4.3 Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
4.4 Student Inquiry
4.5 Differentiated Instruction
4.6 Relevant Resources
4.7 Tiered Interventions
Pathways Component Main Page
5.1 Education and Career Planning
5.2 Experiential Learning
5.3 Varied Programs and Pathways
5.4 Extended Opportunities
Partnerships Component Main Page
6.1 School Councils
6.2 Valued Partners
6.3 Community Partnerships
6.4 Parental Support
Indicator 1.1 - Assessment Planning
Students and teachers share a common understanding of the learning goals and success criteria
Assessment is connected to the curriculum, collaboratively developed by educators and used to inform next steps in learning and instruction.
At the school:
Expectations, goals, criteria, tasks and assessment are aligned and planned concurrently.
Quality evidence of learning is determined collaboratively (e.g., through moderation, lesson study, co-planning) across grades, courses and pathways to determine student learning needs.
Meaningful tasks, activities and experiences are designed to:
foster thinking and metacognition
build on students’ diverse perspectives, knowledge and experiences
assess the depth of new learning in order to identify next steps.
In the classroom:
Assessment for and as learning processes are evident as students undertake authentic and relevant performance tasks.
Educators and students co-construct success criteria in relation to authentic and relevant performance tasks.
Multiple and varied opportunities are provided for students to demonstrate, communicate and refine their learning. -
Student learning is regularly documented to inform educator and student next steps.
Students are supported and assessed in the ongoing development of learning skills and work habits.
Actively plan for and set personalized learning goals that relate to the curriculum expectations.
Engage in authentic and relevant performance tasks that are connected to their learning goals.
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