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Innovative Learning Assessment | online
Innovative Learning Assessment | online
Created by Tessa Gray
Monday, 12 February 2018 2:00 am
to Tuesday, June 12 2018 3:00 am



12 Feb 2018


Online lesson times will be advised but are typically Monday - Thursday outside of school hours. 


$830 +GST per person. A 20% discount applies for groups of 5+ people from the same school or centre.

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New Zealand schools' future-focused vision for learning needs future-focused assessment, with a strong emphasis on student agency. This programme focuses on developing in-depth understanding and application of the pedagogy of innovative learning and the implications for assessment. Participants will explore the context for change, identify connections between theoretical frameworks and classroom strategies and shape assessment practice based on current research.

Learning outcomes

Course participants will be able to:

  • understand why we assess and the purposes it serves
  • use their understanding of the contextual drivers of change in pedagogy and curriculum in order to critically evaluate current assessment practices
  • align assessment practices with effective pedagogy
  • enact strategies for empowering learners to be assessment-capable, active learners who can articulate their own ongoing progress and their next learning steps

Who is this for

This course is intended for educators who have embraced the concepts of innovative learning practice and are exploring relevant approaches to assessment.

Course format

20 week course divided into 4 modules (5 weeks per module). The first module is the 5 week Introduction to Innovative Learning online programme.

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