Co-construct Success Criteria. Co-constructing Success Criteria. Success criteria are indicators for assessment for a specific task.
Students need to clearly understand what success looks like and what they need to do to achieve success. By co-constructing success criteria, students and teacher develop common understanding and language about what constitute success. Why is co-construction of success criteria important? Clip from Sandra Herbst: Co-constructing Criteria – A Web Conference Recording. Co-Constructing Success Criteria. Research in the area of assessment for learning – formative assessment plus the deep involvement of students in the assessment process – is not only broad and deep, it is also overwhelmingly positive in terms of its impact on student learning and achievement.
When teachers use classroom assessment in support of learning, they find out what students know, are able to do, and can articulate. As they consider that evidence in relation to curricular standards and expectations, they plan learning experiences to help students close the gap.