The following tools for assessment and evaluation could be used throughout the activity cards in this resource. The results of all assessments gathered using these tools are measured against the levels and qualifiers outlined in the achievement chart found in The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1–8: Health and Physical Education, 2015 (revised), The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9–12: Health and Physical Education, 2015 (revised).
- Rubric: A table that contains a complete list of specific Success Criteria (pertaining to the curriculum expectations), measured against the four levels and qualifiers outlined in the achievement chart; rubrics found in the final lesson of a unit inform educators’ final assessment of learners' performance.
- Checkbric: A four-level checklist highlights Success Criteria to be measured against descriptors of limited effectiveness, some effectiveness, considerable effectiveness, and high degree of effectiveness.
- Anecdotal Recording Chart: A method of assessment whereby an educator records observations of learners’ progress in, and achievement of, particular skills.
- Checklist: The educator uses a check to indicate whether learners “have it” or are “still working on it,” based on their observations of learners’ demonstration of the Success Criteria.
See The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1–8: Health and Physical Education, 2015 (revised) beginning on page 40 for Assessment and Evaluation of Student Achievement.