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What can you do at


home to support your
child's learning?
Reporting

Progress Reports come out


between October 20th and
November 20th. Progress Reports
are designed to communicate your
students progress since the
beginning of the school year. The
progress report will give you
information about how well your
student is demonstrating their
learning skills and work habits.
Your student will receive two
report cards. They will be issued
between January 20th and
February 20th as well nearing the
end of June. The report card will
communicate how well your
student has achieved the overall
curriculum for each subject at the
end of a period of learning. The
report card will also communicate
of how well your child is
demonstrating the various learning
skills and work habits.

Create a learning environment


at home
Ensure your child is ready for
each school day
Show your positive outlook
towards education and school
work
Talk with your child about his
or her school day
Set up positive homework
practice
Have realistic expectations of
your childs achievement
Communicate with me
regularly

Welcome!
Mlle. Lebels Junior
Classroom
Assessment, Evaluation, and
Reporting

Awesome Avenue
Public School
123 Awesome Ave.
Fabulous, ON A1B 2C3
Phone: 325.555.0125
Fax: 325.555.0145
insertemail@here.ca

www.myjuniorclass.com
insertemail@here.ca
Phone: 325.555.0125

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Working Together Towards Success and an Awesome Year of Learning!

Planning: Going
Backwards!

Welcome J
Welcome to a wonderful, new
school year! I hope that this year
is going to be filled with amazing
opportunities and awesome
learning.
In my classroom, I have an open
door policy and that goes for both
students and parents/guardians.
This brochure has been created in
hopes to open that first door in
communication. Here I will explain
how I plan on designing our
learning, and how I will assess,
evaluate and report on our
learning.

I plan my units and lessons using


what is called Backwards Design.
Using this strategy, I will plan
using an end goal in mind. I will
ask myself Where do I want my
students to be when all the
learning is done?. I will begin at
the end of the unit first, and then
scaffold my lessons and learning in
the best way for students to find
success on the culminating task. I
will select appropriate methods of
assessment throughout the unit,
providing feedback at every step,
to ensure my students are well
equipped for the task!

My Philosophy
Learning should be fun and stress free.
In my classroom students will be in
charge of their learning. They will have
the opportunity to hypothesize and have
hands on experiences in which they are
able
to
make
conclusions
and
observations.
My students will be
evaluated less and assessed more. My
students will be given opportunities to
practice new skills and receive feedback
on their learning before being evaluated.
With this is mind my students will be
working on developing the six learning
skills and work habits!

Learning Goals:
Learning goals tell students what they should
know, understand, and be able to do by the end
of the lesson or unit. Learning goals root and
guide student learning to ensure they always
know what is happening in the classroom. They
will be posted and visual in the classroom and in
student notebooks.

Success Criteria:
Success criteria are directly linked to our learning
goals. They are co-created with students, with
curriculum expectations in mind, to tell students
exactly what they need to do to find success with
the learning goal. These will also be posted, and
in student notebooks.

Descriptive Feedback:
Giving descriptive feedback to students about
their work before the final assessment is a critical
component of the instructional process. Learning
goals and success criteria will the basis for this
feedback & it can be provided by me or generated
by peers or through self-assessment.