Linear Assessment iBook
The Linear Assessment iBook, produced by the National Science Learning Network for triple science support, has been designed to help teachers to develop their delivery of Triple Science so that students are successful in examinations which involve linear assessment.
Many of the aspects considered in the chapters are also relevant to teachers delivering other terminally assessed GCSE courses.
The iBook is made up of eight chapters. Seven of the chapters provide a range of activities that explore aspects which are important in enabling students to be successful in linear assessments. The final chapter recognises the importance of planning a course of action and subsequently evaluating the impact upon students’ progress. With the exception of the last chapter, all of the chapters are free standing and can be explored in any order.
This chapter from the Linear Assessment ibook focuses on planning for progression in science. The activities allow teachers to:
* Identify progression in learning opportunities
* Assemble a ‘big’ picture of progression through the curriculum
* Plan progression into the Triple Science curriculum...
This chapter from the Linear Assessment ibook focuses on monitoring and securing progress in science learning. The activities allow teachers to:
• Track student progress towards linear assessment
• Identify how numerical targets can be developed into curricular targets for individual student progress...
This chapter from the Linear Assessment ibook focuses on developing learning in science. The activities allow teachers to:
• Plan for effective learning• Develop interactive practical work• Reflect on the essential role of assessment for learning in effective teaching• Explore misconceptions
This chapter from the Linear Assessment ibook focuses on strengthening literacy in science. The activities allow teachers to:
• Analyse command words• Develop the use of talk to support science learning and independence• Develop the use of reading to support science learning• Develop the use of...
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- Triple science support
- National STEM Learning Centre and Network