Lyne Lemieux

Lyne Lemieux

Consultant – ADFO
Association des directions et des directions
adjointes des écoles franco-ontariennes
(Ontario French-Language
Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Association)
Ontario

Throughout my career, I held various positions and had the opportunity to undertake various initiatives at the elementary and secondary panel. Although I started my career in Alberta, I mostly worked in the French-language school system in Ontario. Since 1998, most of my work focused on assessment and evaluation of student achievement. As an Education Officer at the Ministry of Education, I have worked on developing policies and resources related to assessment and evaluation. As a coordinator and director of Professional Training Services at Centre franco-ontarien de ressources pédagogiques (CFORP), I worked with a tremendous team of consultants that provided on-site training in schools from the 12 French-language school boards in Ontario. The mandate was to build teachers’ (Grade 1 to 12) capacity to effectively implement assessment and evaluation policies and practices.

  Assessment is an important part of my work because….

When used properly it has a positive influence on learning for all (the learning of students, of teachers, of leaders).

  The current assessment focus of my work is:

For the 2013-2014 school year, I am coaching principals to monitor and support implementation of assessment for learning and assessment as learning practices in their school.

  You can find out more about assessment in my jurisdiction here:

Diagramme et 7 fascicules portant sur les pratiques pédagogiques liées à l’évaluation au service de l’apprentissage et à l’évaluation en tant qu’apprentissage (Diagram and 7 pamphlets for each assessment for learning and as learning practices)

  • Résultat d’apprentissage (Developing Learning Goals)
  • Critères d’évaluation (Identifying Success Criteria)
  • Preuves d’apprentissage (Eliciting Information About Student Learning)
  • Rétroaction (Feedback)
  • Évaluation par les pairs (Peer Assessment)
  • Autoévaluation (Self-assessment)
  • Objectifs d’apprentissage personnels (Individual Goal Setting)

These resources can be found on the EduSource website :
http://edusourceontario.com/content.aspx?name=evaluation&submenu=pratiques_pedagogiques_gagnantes&id=19&id_submenu=59
I have worked on these documents with my staff while employed by the Centre franco-ontarien de ressources pédagogiques (CFORP). People can use these resources freely but should give credit to CFORP.

Faire croître le succès, Évaluation et communication du rendement des élèves fréquentant les écoles de l’Ontario, Première édition, 1re – 12e année, 2010:
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/fre/policyfunding/growSuccessfr.pdf

EduSource website:

http://edusourceontario.com/

Here are a few examples of resources available on this website :
Comment et pourquoi planifier l’évaluation:
http://edusourceontario.com/content.aspx?name=evaluation&submenu=planifier_l_evaluation&id=19&id_submenu=52

Diagramme et fascicules – Pratiques pédagogiques liées à l’évaluation au service de l’apprentissage et à l’évaluation en tant qu’apprentissage:
http://edusourceontario.com/content.aspx?name=evaluation&submenu=pratiques_pedagogiques_gagnantes&id=19&id_submenu=59

L’autoévaluation des élèves:
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/fre/literacynumeracy/inspire/research/StudentSelfAssessment_fr.pdf

For principals:
Impact – Le monitorage pédagogique au service de l’apprentissage pour tous
La direction d’école, un rôle de premier plan
:
http://edusourceontario.com/content.aspx?name=litteratie_et_numeratie&submenu=publications&tab=serie_:_impact&id=30&id_submenu=88&id_tab=253

 

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