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Student Learning Assessment


Assessment service delivery aims to improve teacher instruction and assessment on student learning and performance in our schools. Training and support, with a variety of classroom-based assessment resources, are provided to all First Nations classroom teachers at the early learning, early years, middle years, and high school levels. Two assessment facilitators work with the assessment training initiative for Grade 3, 7 and 8 classroom teachers. They focus on developing, assessing, and reporting on academic learning competencies in the areas of reading comprehension, algebraic reasoning, number sense and skills, expository writing, and student engagement.

Facilitators also collect, analyze, and summarize student data at the beginning, middle, and end of the school year. They assist teachers in demonstrating assessment by using student portfolios, success criteria, goal setting, rubrics, and assessment walls for daily classroom planning. Our facilitators provide directors of education and school principals with annual school reports.

For more information on the Assessment Program please contact:
Brenda Delorme, Assessment and Reporting Lead
204-594-1290 ext. 2084


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Uncovering the Gaps

Last week, we were able to catch up with Jennifer Daniels while she was in the MFNERC office. She was busy setting up a student assessment in the boardroom and making sure the child who was here was comfortable.

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