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  1. Title

    Adopting a social constructivist approach to assessment in three easy steps

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can engage their students in the assessment process through active involvement with every stage of the process (the social-constructivist model), especially in understanding what is expected of them (assessment criteria) and how well they have met the criteria (assessment feedback).
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  2. Title

    Assessing teachers for the certificate of competence (Manual for assessors) [English language]

    Description
    This manual (in English language) is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). Designed for Yaung Zin trainers and mentors who have been invited to become teacher assessors. It covers their responsibilities and roles and explains the assessment process they will use with teachers. It includes experiences to provide assessors with appropriate knowledge and skills and develop suitable attitudes. (Teacher assessment will usually take place in the teacher’s classroom, following the teacher training and a period of mentoring. Those teachers deemed successful in their assessment tasks will be awarded a Certificate of Competence.)
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/2cobjnor9lrazky/Assessing%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
  3. Title

    Assessing teachers for the certificate of competence (Manual for assessors) [Myanmar language]

    Description
    This manual (in English language) is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). Designed for Yaung Zin trainers and mentors who have been invited to become teacher assessors. It covers their responsibilities and roles and explains the assessment process they will use with teachers. It includes experiences to provide assessors with appropriate knowledge and skills and develop suitable attitudes. (Teacher assessment will usually take place in the teacher’s classroom, following the teacher training and a period of mentoring. Those teachers deemed successful in their assessment tasks will be awarded a Certificate of Competence.)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/2cobjnor9lrazky/Assessing%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
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    Cultivating community: why it's worth doing and three ways of getting there

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on the importance of student involvement and a strong sense of community to successful student learning, including encouraging social learning, student-to-student and staff-to-student interaction, student-staff contact and student understanding of assessment criteria and standards.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  5. Title

    Face-to-face feedback

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can provide face-to-face feedback to their students, going beyond simply correcting the student's work to enable the student to develop a deeper understanding of the subject being taught.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  6. Title

    Getting the most from groupwork assessment

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can set up, manage and implement the assessment of groupwork after highlighting the fundamental issues and potential purposes for groupwork assessment.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  7. Title

    How to make your feedback work in three easy steps

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can help their students to understand the feedback they are given and actively engage the student in the assessment process to ensure students can determine how well they are doing.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  8. Title

    Improve your students' performance in 90 minutes

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on several class activities that teachers can use to help students to understand what is expected of them in their assessments prior to the assessment taking place.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  9. Title

    Making peer feedback work in three easy steps

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can use peer feedback, in which students review the work of other students, to increase students ability to achieve and thereby enhance student learning.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  10. Title

    Mentoring (Manual for facilitators and trainers) [English language]

    Description
    This manual (in English language) for facilitators and trainers is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). This mentoring programme is designed for teachers who are getting ready to be assessed for their Certificate of Competence and aims to "provide mentors with the knowledge and skills to assist newly trained teachers to effectively implement their learning from the Yaung Zin teacher training programme in their own classrooms. Mentors can help develop teachers’ confidence and ability to try new approaches and engage their students in meaningful and participatory learning. The goal is to have teachers and students being productive and enjoying their teaching and learning, while using many different methods to involve and engage their students."
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/t94ua0lqlg4boan/Mentoring%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
  11. Title

    Mentoring (Manual for facilitators and trainers) [Myanmar language]

    Description
    This manual (in Myanmar language) for facilitators and trainers is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). This mentoring programme is designed for teachers who are getting ready to be assessed for their Certificate of Competence and aims to "provide mentors with the knowledge and skills to assist newly trained teachers to effectively implement their learning from the Yaung Zin teacher training programme in their own classrooms. Mentors can help develop teachers’ confidence and ability to try new approaches and engage their students in meaningful and participatory learning. The goal is to have teachers and students being productive and enjoying their teaching and learning, while using many different methods to involve and engage their students."
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/pm27lrfvrd1yopp/Mentoring%28Myan%29.pdf?dl=0
  12. Title

    Module 6: Assessment (Module for teachers) [English language]

    Description
    This module for trainee primary teachers explains the value and use of assessment including types of assessment, open and closed questions, informal assessment methods, practice for examinations, recording classroom work, equitable assessment, and holistic assessment. The module is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). It aims "to improve the development of teachers and students in the non-state education sector where many teachers are untrained or undertrained in their roles of teaching and facilitating learning".
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    Assessment (teacher).pdf
  13. Title

    Module 6: Assessment (Module for teachers) [Myanmar language]

    Description
    This module (in Myanmar language) for trainee primary teachers explains the value and use of assessment including types of assessment, open and closed questions, informal assessment methods, practice for examinations, recording classroom work, equitable assessment, and holistic assessment. The module is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). It aims "to improve the development of teachers and students in the non-state education sector where many teachers are untrained or undertrained in their roles of teaching and facilitating learning".
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    Assessment (teacher).pdf
  14. Title

    Module 6: Assessment (Module for trainers) [English language]

    Description
    This module, designed for those instructing trainee primary teachers, explains the value and use of assessment including types of assessment, open and closed questions, informal assessment methods, practice for examinations, recording classroom work, equitable assessment, and holistic assessment. The module is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). It aims "to improve the development of teachers and students in the non-state education sector where many teachers are untrained or undertrained in their roles of teaching and facilitating learning".
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    Assessment( trainer).pdf
  15. Title

    Module 6: Assessment (Module for trainers) [Myanmar language]

    Description
    This module (in Myanmar language), designed for those instructing trainee primary teachers, explains the value and use of assessment including types of assessment, open and closed questions, informal assessment methods, practice for examinations, recording classroom work, equitable assessment, and holistic assessment. The module is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). It aims "to improve the development of teachers and students in the non-state education sector where many teachers are untrained or undertrained in their roles of teaching and facilitating learning".
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    Assessment( trainer).pdf
  16. Title

    Reduce the risk of plagiarism in just 30 minutes

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can help to encourage student learning and prevent students providing other's work as their own (plagiarism) through the design of the assessment task.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  17. Title

    Southeast Asian guidelines for early childhood teacher development and management

    Description
    Southeast Asian countries have made important progress in the field of early childhood care and education (ECCE). There is enormous diversity among Southeast Asian countries in terms of their levels of development, their awareness of the key roles played by pre-primary teachers and interest in upgrading their qualifications are clearly observed across the sub-region. These guidelines will support SEAMEO Member Countries’ further efforts to strengthen their ECCE workforce by supporting the professionalisation and capacity development of pre-primary teachers. This document is from the SEAMEO UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific. Published 2016.
    Author
    SEAMEO UNESCO Office Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002443/244370e.pdf
  18. Title

    Teacher’s workbook for mentoring (for teachers and mentors) [English language]

    Description
    This workbook (in English language) is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools, aims to assist newly trained teachers keep track of their development and take note of their progress during the mentoring process.Following the formal mentoring process with trainers, teachers are encouraged to form partnerships with their teaching peers to regularly reflect on their teaching and professional learning. These pairs can then work together to create exciting learning activities and environments for their students, and collaboratively solve any problems that emerge and identifying pathways for improvement.
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/5avd7hducothzcl/Workbook%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
  19. Title

    Using generic feedback effectively

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can provide generic feedback to their students which involves providing the whole class with feedback on their overall strengths and weaknesses and asking students to evaluate their own work before providing them with individual feedback.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html

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