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校本評核常見問題 - 英國語文
Record Keeping
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  1. How many student samples do teachers need to keep?

    Teachers should keep a minimum of nine sets of samples of performance (3 high, 3 mid and 3 low) and bring them to the inter-school sharing sessions held at the end of S5 and S6. It would be advisable for teachers to keep as many samples as possible for feedback and within-school standardisation.

     

     

  2. Are schools expected to videotape every performance?

    No. For each school, teachers should keep a minimum of nine sets of samples of performance (3 high, 3 mid and 3 low). Their most important role is to provide a means of giving feedback and improving teaching and learning. For example, teachers should review a range of recordings with the students after the assessment, and explain to them why they got the marks they did. This kind of feedback is essential to improve learning. Students can review the recordings as well and monitor their own progress as part of the self-assessment process. Having audio/video recordings of students' performance as evidence is also useful if there are queries about an assessment not being fair or a teacher favouring certain students. Remember that for school-based assessment, schools are expected to resolve students' queries on assessment results before submitting their SBA marks to the HKEAA.

    It should be noted that the SBA school coordinator should submit six sets of videos at the end of S6 to the HKEAA.