A set of comprehensive strategies for formative evaluation
EVALUATION IS NECESSARY for teachers and pupils. It includes everything from a quick ‘thumbs-up’ indication of whether aims like ‘asking each other questions’ are being achieved, to the writing of journals by teachers and the design of criteria to support the development of skills and attitudes. In this section, our contributors share their favoured techniques and ideas for evaluation.
How to …
A handy chart to evaluate philosophical dialogue.
Examples of skills and progression of skills expected from the majority of pupils in the Foundation Stage over the course of a year's participation in P4C.
Ideas for teachers and pupils to monitor, reflect on and 'celebrate the good stuff'.
A form for formative or summative evaluation of 20 dispositions/skills that are at the heart of community of inquiry practice.
An easy-to-use resource for stimulating thinking about the experience of doing philosophy.