• Humanities and Social Sciences
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Literacy
  • STEM

Evidence of Learning – Intentional Assessment and Feedback in a Year 3-6 classroom

PL # 12632.


Starting on 8 May 2020
Cancellation permitted until 04/05/2020

Event registrations closed on 4/05/2020


Your assessment tasks may be designed to test knowledge and understanding, but how might we collect meaningful evidence of your students' critical thinking, creativity, ethical and intercultural capabilities?

In this full-day workshop we will:

  • Review a range of Assessment practices including task design, which incorporates questioning, thinking skills and interdisciplinary links.
  • Unpack the Achievement Standards to assist your planning of project-based learning and inquiry pedagogy.
  • Explore the SCSA Judging Standards resources with a General Capabilities lens.
  • Demonstrate how a range of assessment tasks, across interrelated Learning Areas, will enhance your classroom practice and the way you view the assessment and reporting cycle of student achievement and progress.
  • Connect, collaborate and share ideas to curate a shared online collection of Assessment tasks

The second part of this workshop allows planning time for teachers to create their own assessment tasks, suitable for their current students. Using content from the WA Curriculum, we will discover numerous links to real-world issues and challenges in your local area. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a popular focus for a growing number of teachers, as there are several authentic links to HASS, STEM and the General Capabilities, however, you are welcome to bring other ideas and resources that reflect your classroom planning.

Please BYOD (laptop or iPad) and prior to attending this workshop register your login details with SCSA 'Extranet' for access to the WA Curriculum Judging Standards Tool.

This full-day includes Morning Tea, Lunch, workshop materials and exclusive access to online materials, including sample Assessment Tasks.

More Information


Maree Whiteley (AISWA Staff)

Teaching And Learning Consultant - Primary

Maree Whiteley commenced her role as a Curriculum Consultant for the Association of Independent Schools of WA (AISWA) in 2011. Prior to this, she was a primary teacher and Curriculum Leader at St Mary’s Anglican Girls School in Western Australia. Maree has a long history as a Future-focused Educator, firstly as an experienced primary teacher, then curriculum design leader, resource writer and university lecturer. Maree works directly with school leaders, teachers and pre-service teachers at a local, national and international level to bring innovative and practical pedagogies into the classroom, through special projects and whole-school planning. Currently working in the area of Primary Teaching and Learning, with specific expertise within the Humanities and Social Sciences Learning Area, this gives Maree the perfect platform to go beyond the curriculum, exploring areas of global imperatives for our young people, such as ethical and humanitarian issues, critical thinking and cultural competence. Maree continues to enjoy sharing her experience, knowledge and expertise with others in workshops, conferences and in online forums.



Event Segment

Date / Time

Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 15:00


State Library Northbridge
25 Francis St 6000

Learning Area

  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Literacy
  • STEM

School Area

  • Middle Primary (3-6)

Event Contact

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