FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT STRATEGIC MODEL TO ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING PROGRESS
Keywords:Formative assessment, student assessment, assessment strategies, learning progress.
This article aims to overview and clarify the concept and role of formative assessment (FA) in student performance assessment, in which the strategic model of is emphasized to enhance the progress of learners. These strategies include sharing learning intentions, eliciting evidence of learning, self-assessment, peer assessment, feedback (Leahy, Lyon, Thompson and Wiliam, 2005). The results show that many studies have shown that teachers using these strategies of assessment will increase learners learning outcomes and enhance their learning progress.
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