For upcoming subject retreat days I put together a presentation about assessment. It includes diagnostic, formative and summative, as well as showing teachers how to use G.R.A.S.P.S. to create authentic/meaningful tasks. This is just a short presentation and there is so much more I could add, but I didn't want to overwhelm.
I worked with the subject coordinator for math, and she said she is keen to focus on GRASPS for her upcoming assessment day. I had a stab at turning some activities/ideas/themes from some of the textbooks they are using into GRASPS activities. Any feedback would be wonderful, as I am not a math teacher! Consider these examples a work in progress! GRASPS for Math.
I made a short presentation about inquiry questions for our upcoming subject retreat days. From what I have seen in my school, along with various others is:
I put together a presentation about statements of inquiry for some upcoming subject retreat days. Hopefully this is useful to you.LINK.
I put together this website to help my students prepare for their eAssessments.
I've just updated it today with the PCUP material which the IB just released. For Arts and Design, students can see the full PCUP. For Language Acquisition I don't provide the links, because for some of the tasks, they should see the prompts only ten minutes before the assignment (oral exams). Subject specific information is under 'May 2021 Exams and E-Portfolios'.
Here's our website - feel free to use/copy.