“Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning” in Action – Part 4

Forward Thinking

Feedback

By Ish Stabosz
Center for Creative Instruction & Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
Stanton Campus

Welcome to part 4 of my series on Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning by Jan Chappuis. Last week, we looked at strategy 2, which details how instructors can use model work in order to give students a clear understanding of the learning target. At this point in the book, we’ve learned everything we need to know to help students answer the question Where am I going?

Today, I’ll begin my exploration of Chapter 3, which explains the third strategy: Offer regular descriptive feedback during the learning. This strategy helps students to answer the question Where am I now? in relationship to their mastery of any given learning target.

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