Demonstrating evidence of learning in multiple ways

Provide learners with access to multiple assessment options
Example: A teacher provides learners a menu of options for how to show their understanding of a concept.

Support learners to co-create the rubric based on the learning objective(s)
Example: A teacher and a subgroup of learners co-create a rubric that will be used for assessing their project.

Co-design with learners multiple ways for demonstrating competency with standards
Example: A teacher works with their class to develop a menu of options for how to show understanding at the end of a unit (make a movie, draw a diagram, give a presentation, etc.).

Leverage digital platforms and multimedia to capture multiple forms of learning and build an ePortfolio
Example: A teaching team shifts to an ePortfolio platform to capture all work on a daily basis and provide multiple means of documenting and showing learning progress.

Partner with learners to select the content, product or process they will use to demonstrate proficiency, as well as devise the methods that will be used to show evidence of their learning
Example: A teacher and learner work together to develop learning plans, including goals, strategies for learning, tools needed and how learning will be demonstrated.