Observations


Use self- assessment strategy where students assess their work and how they feel about their performance, e.g. when a student likes his/her work and thinks he/she did well can make a small dot on the top of the paper with the green highlight.

 


Plan opportunities for children to collaborate with each other and to be open to others’ perspectives e.g. students thinking in pairs to find a solution for the problem in the story.  

Plan opportunities for children to collaborate with each other and to be open to others’ perspectives e.g. students thinking in pairs to find a solution for the problem in the story.  


Creating a book activity where students explored the different domains of learning using their cognitive, social and physical skills

 


Make available a range of materials that encourage creative expression—for example, paints, blocks, paper, glue, pencils and crayons.


Sample of students’ work that shows a good eye and hand coordination. It also demonstrates how the activity helps students’ cognitive skills and fine motor skills.


Students cutting and pasting images of living and non living things and sorting them into two different columns. This shows a range of effective planning

 


Students’ work in the display to show their work and be proud of their achievements and also encourage them to be creative.

 


Students classified living and nonliving things during closing time in  a science lesson. 

 

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