Assessment and progression in KS3 computing
CP212 Face to face course
For Key Stage 3 computing teachers who are new or existing to the subject. This CPD covers the key formative and assessment strategies needed in key stage 3 and beyond, including strategies relating to programming.Skip to course booking
- Assessment & Progression Overview – To start the day you’ll get to grips with the basic concepts of progression from end of KLS2 to beginning of KS4, looking at learning journeys and an overview of formative and summative assessment
- Formative Assessment – In this session you will look at strategies to identify misconceptions and gaps in student's understanding from a range of different methods as well as identifying the tools used to support in closing those gaps.
- Summative Assessment – In this session you will investigate how we plan for and use the results of summative assessment including user of baselines, rubrics and tracking
- Assessment in Programming – You will examine specific issues relating to assessment of programming before looking at how we plan for assessing programming and what strategies can be utilised.
Who is it for?
This course is for Key Stage 3 Teachers of computing and Subject leaders of computing.
How long is this course?
This is a one-day course which consists of five hours of teaching time.
How will you learn?
- Be aware of what progression looks like though KS3.
- Be able to plan for assessment within lessons and how to reflect on those assessment in altering our teaching and planning.
- Explore a range of tools and strategies for both summative and formative assessment.
- Be aware of the specific issues of assessing programming.
- Plan assessment models and apply particular assessment techniques suitable for progression in programming.
This course is part of Teach primary computing
Teach primary computing
Our nationally recognised qualification will support you to demonstrate your commitment to developing your own practice and to computing as a school subject.
This course is part of Teach secondary computing
Teach secondary computing
Our nationally recognised qualification will give you confidence to take your computing teaching to the next level and to apply those skills in the classroom.
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