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10 Self Assessment tools

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Self assessment is core to self learning or open learning. Children at aarohi unschool in India use self assessment as part of their learning process on a daily basis and usage of tools helps them look back at their day / work in many diff ways and hence enhancing learning.

Self assessment is core to self learning or open learning. Children at aarohi unschool in India use self assessment as part of their learning process on a daily basis and usage of tools helps them look back at their day / work in many diff ways and hence enhancing learning.

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  1. 1. 10 Self Assessment Tools 1. Rating - Ladder / volume knob 2. Collecting - Crown / Jar 3. Random question - Dice / fortune teller 4. Tracking - Graph / Time Plot 5. Organiser - Train 6. Review - Like-Dislike (traffic signal) 7. Continuum - Rope and knots aarohilife.org
  2. 2. Rating Key Q?: How well did I do it? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Anywhere, Any aspect EXAMPLE: Movie Ratings VARIANTS: 5 point scale, Grades, Stars, etc VALUE ADDs: Describe each rung with text. Bar from giving middle ratings (say no 4, 5 or 6) Ladder aarohilife.org
  3. 3. Collecting Key Q?: How many times did I use it? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Suitable for specific skills / abilities / HOM used EXAMPLE: Score Card VARIANTS: Freq charts, Any kinds of marking or tokens collection. VALUE ADDs: Describe each collection (eg responsibility jar - write on a chit and make a ball and put it in the jar) Diff colour for diff kinds of usages - red for judgemental, blue for non judgemental responses Crown respon sible attenti ve caring aarohilife.org
  4. 4. Questions Key Q?: Have I thought about it in this way? TYPE: Perspective USAGE: Suitable for expanding / widening the reflection EXAMPLE: Reflective Qs VARIANTS: Pre written questions randomised by any medium. VALUE ADDs: For each question - think of two opposite answers For each question - add one more question of mine Dice aarohilife.org
  5. 5. Tracking Key Q?: How did I do over time? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Track one aspect over a period of time EXAMPLE: Performance over time VARIANTS: Plots, line charts, time lines, etc VALUE ADDs: Label each point on the time line qualitatively. Plot H O U R S aarohilife.org
  6. 6. Organiser Key Q?: In each category (sub category) - what I did? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable for covering all / diff aspects of any doing / day. Useful for planning and then evaluating EXAMPLE: A form VARIANTS: Mind-Maps, Quadrant charts (SWOT), etc VALUE ADDs: Create own organiser in advance and fill it up at the end. Train WHAT WE DID WHO ALL DID WHAT STRENGTHS USED RESULTS ACHIEVED aarohilife.org
  7. 7. Review Key Q?: Did I like it? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable for quick overall review (used as a survey). Specially of end result. EXAMPLE: Facebook VARIANTS: Thumbs up / down, etc VALUE ADDs: Give reason with review. Talk what would have caused the review to change (either ways). Traffic signal LIKE INTERESTING DISLIKE aarohilife.org
  8. 8. Continuum Key Q?: Where in between two extremes was I? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable when we fluctuate between two equally acceptable opposites (Busy- Resting, Adjusting - Challenging). EXAMPLE: Paradoxes VARIANTS: Slider, etc VALUE ADDs: Give reason for the placement of the knot. Talk what would have moved towards any one extreme. Rope & Knots TRYING MANY THINGS FOCUSSED ON ONE aarohilife.org
  9. 9. Choosing Key Q?: Which out of the options was applicable for me? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable to identify what was I going through or using EXAMPLE: Multiple Options Quizzes VARIANTS: Charts, Drop down lists, etc VALUE ADDs: Mix up some interesting, offbeat or even crazy choices. Give one example why you have chosen this. Emoticons aarohilife.org
  10. 10. Filtering Key Q?: Which out of my list - are most important? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Write all possible events, achievements, strengths used etc and then one by one I throw away the not imp ones - till I am left with 1-3 toppers EXAMPLE: Prioritisation VARIANTS: Funnels, Ranking lists, strike throughs, Order-the-Tower etc VALUE ADDs: Track over a period of time - observe what I dispose and what I value. Do I see a pattern? TrashBin aarohilife.org
  11. 11. Impact Key Q?: How significant is my impact? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: This is measurement of extent / impact / results. EXAMPLE: Percentage VARIANTS: Impact pies etc VALUE ADDs: Describe what all was achieved and what all was left? How will I achieve what is left? Cup aarohilife.org
  12. 12. Metaphor Key Q?: How can i relate my experience to (any) object.? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Connect specific features of any object with our experience - helps in pulling out key characteristics. EXAMPLE: Symbols VARIANTS: Making a logo, connecting to a story or character etc VALUE ADDs: Draw, make using clay, sand, paper etc. Visuals aarohilife.org BONUS TOOL
  13. 13. USING TOOLS ● While I use it on self, I can invite peers, observers, facilitators to use the same tool on me. ● I can note observations which arise out of the usage of the tool in words or as drawings in my notebook and use this notebook as a journal of observing self over time. ● What I assess myself about is perhaps more important than how I assess - hence I plan my assessment. What to assess How to assess How assessment helped aarohilife.org

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