CTJ – 2017 Sacraments
This year the focus for our Consistency of Teacher Judgement discussions will be the Achievement Standards in the Sacrament Strand.
Consistency of Teacher Judgement (CTJ) discussions involve:
● teachers meeting to compare annotated samples of student work using achievement standards as a reference
● identifying the learning achievement demonstrated and relating it to the qualities of achievement represented
● discussing and comparing judgements made about student demonstrations of learning
CTJ occurs initially at the intraschool level and then at interschool level.
At the intraschool level, teachers can compare larger numbers of annotated samples of student work. At the interschool level, teachers tend to focus on discussions about a smaller number of annotated student samples.
Before CTJ can occur at either the intraschool or interschool level, teachers need to identify:
The focus for CTJ and achievement standards in focus,
outline the context of the learners, learning and assessment,
table annotated student work samples form a portfolio of work for Religion that reflect the or aspects of the relevant achievement standards.
The CTJ process will develop:
- Teachers understanding of what the student needed to know/do to demonstrate the relevant prayer achievement standard.
Forms necessary for CTJ Discussions
Scope and Sequence of Sacraments Achievement Standards Prep-Yr 10
Secondary Generic Rubric
Secondary Annotated Generic Rubric
A Brief History of Confirmation
Sacraments of Initiation Worksheet
Anointing Internet Scavenger Hunt
Sacramentality PD workbook
Penance/Reconciliation Package for Secondary Colleges
Anointing of the Sick handout
Sacraments of Healing Worksheet
Sacraments of Initiation Workbook
A short History of the Eucharist
Celebrating Marriage in the Catholic Church
The Sacraments of Initiation and Penance PD workbook