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A.Change Weighting Scale
When calculating a final grade for report cards, teachers use student assignments, tests, quizzes, and exams collected over the course. Each type of assessment holds a certain “weight” in the overall grade. Exam results might be worth 50% of the entire grade, while daily assignments are worth 20%. For students with instructional accommodations and modifications, teachers can adjust the importance or weight of an assessment activity.
B.Use Informal Observation
Observing students throughout the course can give important insight into their learning needs and progress. Collecting data through notes, checklists, sticky notes, and voice tests can help teachers keep track of student strengths and needs. Moreover, informal observations alert teachers to issues and information that one can’t provide on a written test.
C.Allow for Self-Assessment
Giveing students an opportunity to assess their own learning and reflect on the progress they are making. They can identify their own gaps in skills or knowledge, revise their work, and set realistic goals. This process also helps students stay motivated and interested in their own learning.
D.Provide Multiple Test Formats
Tests do not need to be restricted to pencil and paper formats. Students with written output issues can be given oral-response tests. Teachers can use multiple choice, long answer, short answer, diagrams, charts, fill-in-the-blank, and other graphic organizers to have students answer questions about material.
Cancellation and rebooking
We apply established rules for cancellation and rebooking. Cancellation is possible no later than 14 days before the course starts under the participant’s competency account at baces.co.uk.
Cancellation or rebooking later than two weeks before the start of the course will be charged the entire course fee. Instead, try to arrange for someone else in your company to take advantage of your course.
Rebook or exchange of participants – contact customer support
British Arabian College of Equine Studies Ltd
3 Gower Street, London, United Kingdom, WC1E 6HA