Award Unit 3 (AET)


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Understanding Assessment in Education and Training 

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  • Self-assessment grid
  • Guidance for achieving the unit
  • Information leaflets
  • Handouts
  • Templates & completed examples
  • Assignments
  • PowerPoints

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    Self-assessment grid  


    Self-assessment grid (in Word) (50p)
    (Ref SAU3A)
    2 page template listing the four learning outcomes and twelve assessment criteria for the unit Understanding assessment in education and training. The document is in Word to enable learners to add their statements to meet the assessment criteria. A completed example is available below: Ref PGU3A


    Guidance for achieving the unit


    Completed example of the self-assessment grid (£2.50)
    (Ref PGU3A)
    2 pages listing example statements and evidence which could be produced to meet the four learning outcomes and twelve assessment criteria for the unit Understanding assessment in education and training. A blank version in Word is available above: Ref SAU3A


    Information leaflets  

    The information leaflets cover all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this unit. PowerPoints are available for teachers which contain the same information as the leaflets, along with detailed presenter notes – please scroll to the end of the page.


    Information leaflet - Assessment Types (£1.50)
    (Ref A9003) 
    5 pages covering:• What is assessment? • The assessment cycle • Assessment types: initial, diagnostic, holistic, formative and summative • Assessment methods • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Assessment Methods (£1.50)
    (Ref A9004)
    5 pages covering • What is assessment? • Initial, formative and summative assessment • Choosing methods • Assessment methods: informal and formal • Holistic assessment • Strengths and limitations of assessment methods • Meeting individual needs  • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Involving Learners and Others in the Assessment Process (£1.50)
    (Ref G9009)
    6 pages containing covering • How to involve learners in the assessment process • Self-assessment: examples, advantages and limitations  • Peer-assessment: examples, advantages and limitations  • Questioning • Involving others in the assessment process • Sources of information • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback (£1.50)
    (Ref A9005) 
    6 pages covering: • How to make a decision • Factors influencing decisions • Appeals and complaints • What is feedback? • Different feedback methods • How to provide feedback • Feedback hints • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Record Keeping (£1.50)
    (Ref G9006)
    3 pages containing covering • Reasons for record keeping • Examples of records • Data Protection  • Confidentiality • Freedom of Information Act (2000) • Assessment records • Examples of assessment records • Reading list • Website list
    (See the template section below for sample records and completed examples)


    Handouts  


    Handout - Table of Assessment Methods, Approaches and Activities (£1.50)
    (Ref A9051A)
    2 pages of information detailing approximately 40 different assessment methods, approaches and activities which could be used with learners, along with a description of each.


    Handout - Table of Assessment Types (£1.00)

    (Ref A9050)
    3 pages of information detailing over 40 different assessment types with a description of each .


    Handout - Table of Advantages and Limitations of Peer and Self Assessment (50p)
    (Ref G9052)
    1 page of information detailing approximately 25 advantages and limitations of peer and self assessment.


    Handout - Table of Example Teaching Records (50p)
    (Ref H9050)
    1 page containing over 40 examples of records which relate to the teaching, learning and assessment cycle. 


    Handout - Assessor Roles and Responsibilities (50p)
    (Ref A9057)
    1 page list of approximately 20 assessor roles and responsibilities with further information.


    Templates and completed examples


    A full set of assessment record templates (in Word) (£3.00)

    (AT001) 

    5 templates in Word (with instructions) for you to amend to suit your own requirements: initial & diagnostic assessment, action plan, assessment plan, feedback and action record, assessment tracking sheet. A completed set is below: Ref A9059


    Completed example of a full set of assessment records (£4.00)
    (A9059) 
    5 completed examples of: initial & diagnostic assessment, action plan, assessment plan, feedback and action record, assessment tracking sheet. A blank set in Word is available above: Ref AT001


    Assignments

    Assignments and exemplar answers are available for this unit. If you would like details and prices, please contact Ann.

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    PowerPoints 

    Information leaflets are available for learners which contain the same information as the PowerPoints – please scroll to the top of the page.


    PowerPoint - Assessment Types (£10.00)
    (Ref A0003)
    20 slides with presenter notes covering:
    • What is assessment? • The assessment cycle • Assessment types: initial, diagnostic, holistic, formative and summative • Assessment methods • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list                                                 


    PowerPoint - Assessment Methods (10.00)
    (Ref A0004)
    21 slides with presenter notes covering:
    • What is assessment? • Initial, formative and summative assessment • Choosing methods  • Assessment methods: informal and formal • Holistic assessment  • Strengths and limitations of assessment methods • Meeting individual needs • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list 


    PowerPoint - Involving Learners and Others in the Assessment Process (£10.00)
    (Ref G0009)
    25 slides with presenter notes covering:
    • How to involve learners in the assessment process • Self-assessment: examples, advantages and limitations  • Peer-assessment: examples, advantages and limitations  • Questioning • Involving others in the assessment process • Sources of information • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


    PowerPoint - Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback (£10.00)
    (Ref A0005) 
    27 slides with presenter notes covering:
    • How to make a decision • Factors influencing decisions • Appeals and complaints • What is feedback? • Different feedback methods • How to provide feedback • Feedback hints • Summary Quiz • Reading list • Website list


    PowerPoint - Record Keeping (£10.00)
    (Ref G0006)
    17 slides with presenter notes covering:
    • Reasons for record keeping • Examples of records • Data Protection  • Confidentiality • Freedom of Information Act (2000) • Assessment records • Examples of assessment records • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


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