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Formative and Summative activities and assessments

Formative and Summative activities and assessments. Formative assessment is designed to help a student learn by “restructuring their understanding/skills and build more powerful ideas and capabilities.”. It is characterised as assessment for learning. It helps learners by giving feedback at an early stage that can influence the future learning process. It is seen as low stakes as it gives students the opportunity to act on any feedback before their final grade. Summative assessment tries to summarise what a learner has learnt at a particular point in time. It contributes to…

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Identify possible community projects activities

General Ideas: Donate or raise money for your local Red Cross Organize a community blood drive Send cards to soldiers serving overseas For your next birthday, ask for charitable donations instead of gifts Hold a bake sale for your favorite charity Read books or letters to a person who is visually impaired Organize a wheelchair basketball team Participate in a charity race Organize an event or parade for Memorial Day Volunteer to help at a charity auction Participate in National Youth Service Day in April Contact a tree farm about…

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Contributions to activities are justified

The project justification is one of the most crucial parts of a proposal. You can use it to convince the potential donor that your project is of ultimate importance for your community and elucidate the ways in which, by developing this project, you will consistently achieve your set goals (social, economic improvement or the resolution to a specific problem). Project Justification is about trying to explain why we need to implement a particular solution to the problem we have narrated above. We need to tell donors why this is the…

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Devise Activities and Other Input

Having considered the needs of the participants, the learning objectives, the content, and the most appropriate learning methods, the planning group is now ready to devise activities and other types of input that will reflect this planning. Topic 4 provides detailed descriptions of a number of participatory training techniques; Topic 5 deals with introductory activities, ice-breakers, and quick review methods; and Topic 9 covers the issue of feedback and evaluation. All three topics provide important material that the planning group may use in devising activities. FACILITATOR’S CHECKLIST: ADULT LEARNING 1.…

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