ASSESS: What the student knows


For those individuals who consistently fail to show measurable progress on conventional assessments, a different model of progress is required.  It is not that these individuals cannot make progress, but we would argue that the instruments by which progress is measured does not suit the people whose abilities are being measured." Barber and Goldbart (1998)

This toolkit recognises the importance of having assessment tools that put the student at the centre of the assessment process and acknowledges the very unique way this group of students learn. It is for this reason the Quest for Learning Assessment and Guidance Materials and Key Competencies Pathway have been identified as tools for not only providing a whole picture of the learner and the learning process, but also in identifying and support emerging skills and understanding, and celebrating achievement!


The documents below provide the following guidelines and tools:
  1. An overview of the Quest for Learning assessment materials 
  2. Quest for Learning booklet including Assessment Tools and Guidance materials. Both excellent!
  3. Quest Maps 11. Full assessment map of the 43 milestones
  4. Quest 7 key milestones
  5. Five Quest Assessment Maps. These maps break down assessment activities, learning outcomes and reinforcement and extension strategies
  6. Preview of the Key Competencies Pathway (KCP). The KCP makes progress in all key competencies relevant and accessible to all students
  7. How to use the Quest for Learning Assessment tools
  8. How the KCP aligns with Quest for Learning - overview
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