Sicherl Kafol, B., Kordeš, U., Holcar Brunauer, A. (2017). Assessment for learning in music education in the Slovenian context – from punishment or reward to support. Music Education Research, Volume 19, 2017 - Issue 1.
The aim of this material is to enable students to reflect on their learning and lessons at the end of each learning cycle and provide teachers with a feedback about how much their voice has been heard in the classroom.
The Student’s Graph engages students to reflect on their learning and lessons.
STUDENT VOICE – PUPILS FEEDBACK
Using four different colours students draw in the graph for last 3 months to what extent:
- their voice was heard in classroom
- they were involved in group work and learned from peers
- they were actively engaged in learning
- the teacher cared about them
Students write down what they liked the most … what they did not like … any other suggestions …
Teachers ask their students to use four different colours and draw in the graph for last 3 months to what extent: their voice was heard in classroom, they were involved in group work and learned from peers, they were actively engaged in learning and how much the teacher cared about them. Teachers collect graphs at the end of each learning cycle and use it as feedback to plan further steps in their teaching what is evident also in their personal plans.