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Quality Assessment in CAFS
June 13 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm AEST$376.00
Are you looking to review your current Community and Family Studies (CAFS) assessment processes and want some new ideas?
Assessment that allows all students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding is vital.
Our one-day workshop will guide you through a modelled process to review your assessment practices and ensure you best support student achievement.
The session will cover:
- NESA requirements
- Principles of effective assessment in CAFS
- Assessment planning using performance band descriptors and outcomes
- Integrating formative practices for students’ summative tasks
- Writing clear marking criteria for assessments
- Guided critical analysis of current assessments
- Available resources and support.
Participants will collaborate with CAFS teachers across sectors to share ideas. A workbook of the modelled process will be provided to take back to school.
This is a brand new workshop co-designed with experienced CAFS teachers.
DATE: Tuesday 13 June 2023
FORMAT: Live online
Rebecca Sammut-Alessi, PDHPE Teacher and Sports Organiser, Woonona High School
Rebecca has been teaching PDHPE for 9 years, covering all subject areas. With experience as Head Teacher and Sport coordinator, Rebecca is currently facilitating a Social and Emotional Wellbeing Feedback Project. She has experience training and mentoring pre-service teachers and had led in-faculty High Impact Teaching Strategies learning and data-driven HSC improvement plans.
Clare Roden, Professional Learning Support Officer, ACHPER NSW
Clare has been a secondary PDHPE for 15 years, including head teacher for 11 years. She has sat on multiple curriculum and HSC advisory groups, and was a HSC marker for 8 years. Clare has been part of ACHPER NSW team for more than a decade as a presenter, vice president and board member. Clare is currently a sessional lecturer at the University of Wollongong and has presented widely on K-12 PDHPE and CAFS to teachers and schools across NSW.
Completing the Quality Assessment in CAFS workshop will contribute 5 hours of NESA elective PD in the priority area of delivery and assessment of NSW curriculum – addressing standard descriptors 3.1.2, 5.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.