The Information Process
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    STAGES WITHIN THE INFORMATION PROCESS

    Assessment and Evaluation Stage (by the end of Grade 3)

    Students can learn to assess and evaluate their own products by using checklists or rubrics that contain simple descriptions of what should be included in a good product. Another way to involve students in self-evaluation is to have them include samples of applied information skills and strategies as well as products, in their portfolios, providing evidence of developing information literacy.

    Teachers and teacher-librarians (should also share responsibility for assessment and evaluation,) using a variety of techniques to assess students' progress and evaluate their products:

    • observation
    • conferencing
    • rubrics (with criteria for products)
    • anecdotal records
    • checklists

    To view samples of learning strategies/cognitive organizers for students, click on Learning Strategies. You may wish to download/print these strategies, and adapt them for your students!

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