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10 Self Assessment tools

  1. 10 Self Assessment Tools 1. Rating - Ladder / volume knob 2. Collecting - Crown / Jar 3. Random question - Dice / fortune teller 4. Tracking - Graph / Time Plot 5. Organiser - Train 6. Review - Like-Dislike (traffic signal) 7. Continuum - Rope and knots
  2. Rating Key Q?: How well did I do it? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Anywhere, Any aspect EXAMPLE: Movie Ratings VARIANTS: 5 point scale, Grades, Stars, etc VALUE ADDs: Describe each rung with text. Bar from giving middle ratings (say no 4, 5 or 6) Ladder
  3. Collecting Key Q?: How many times did I use it? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Suitable for specific skills / abilities / HOM used EXAMPLE: Score Card VARIANTS: Freq charts, Any kinds of marking or tokens collection. VALUE ADDs: Describe each collection (eg responsibility jar - write on a chit and make a ball and put it in the jar) Diff colour for diff kinds of usages - red for judgemental, blue for non judgemental responses Crown respon sible attenti ve caring
  4. Questions Key Q?: Have I thought about it in this way? TYPE: Perspective USAGE: Suitable for expanding / widening the reflection EXAMPLE: Reflective Qs VARIANTS: Pre written questions randomised by any medium. VALUE ADDs: For each question - think of two opposite answers For each question - add one more question of mine Dice
  5. Tracking Key Q?: How did I do over time? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: Track one aspect over a period of time EXAMPLE: Performance over time VARIANTS: Plots, line charts, time lines, etc VALUE ADDs: Label each point on the time line qualitatively. Plot H O U R S
  6. Organiser Key Q?: In each category (sub category) - what I did? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable for covering all / diff aspects of any doing / day. Useful for planning and then evaluating EXAMPLE: A form VARIANTS: Mind-Maps, Quadrant charts (SWOT), etc VALUE ADDs: Create own organiser in advance and fill it up at the end. Train WHAT WE DID WHO ALL DID WHAT STRENGTHS USED RESULTS ACHIEVED
  7. Review Key Q?: Did I like it? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable for quick overall review (used as a survey). Specially of end result. EXAMPLE: Facebook VARIANTS: Thumbs up / down, etc VALUE ADDs: Give reason with review. Talk what would have caused the review to change (either ways). Traffic signal LIKE INTERESTING DISLIKE
  8. Continuum Key Q?: Where in between two extremes was I? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable when we fluctuate between two equally acceptable opposites (Busy- Resting, Adjusting - Challenging). EXAMPLE: Paradoxes VARIANTS: Slider, etc VALUE ADDs: Give reason for the placement of the knot. Talk what would have moved towards any one extreme. Rope & Knots TRYING MANY THINGS FOCUSSED ON ONE
  9. Choosing Key Q?: Which out of the options was applicable for me? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Suitable to identify what was I going through or using EXAMPLE: Multiple Options Quizzes VARIANTS: Charts, Drop down lists, etc VALUE ADDs: Mix up some interesting, offbeat or even crazy choices. Give one example why you have chosen this. Emoticons
  10. Filtering Key Q?: Which out of my list - are most important? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Write all possible events, achievements, strengths used etc and then one by one I throw away the not imp ones - till I am left with 1-3 toppers EXAMPLE: Prioritisation VARIANTS: Funnels, Ranking lists, strike throughs, Order-the-Tower etc VALUE ADDs: Track over a period of time - observe what I dispose and what I value. Do I see a pattern? TrashBin
  11. Impact Key Q?: How significant is my impact? TYPE: Quantitative USAGE: This is measurement of extent / impact / results. EXAMPLE: Percentage VARIANTS: Impact pies etc VALUE ADDs: Describe what all was achieved and what all was left? How will I achieve what is left? Cup
  12. Metaphor Key Q?: How can i relate my experience to (any) object.? TYPE: Qualitative USAGE: Connect specific features of any object with our experience - helps in pulling out key characteristics. EXAMPLE: Symbols VARIANTS: Making a logo, connecting to a story or character etc VALUE ADDs: Draw, make using clay, sand, paper etc. Visuals BONUS TOOL
  13. USING TOOLS ● While I use it on self, I can invite peers, observers, facilitators to use the same tool on me. ● I can note observations which arise out of the usage of the tool in words or as drawings in my notebook and use this notebook as a journal of observing self over time. ● What I assess myself about is perhaps more important than how I assess - hence I plan my assessment. What to assess How to assess How assessment helped