Marking B.C. Provincial Assessments
Last updated: April 27, 2021
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To be eligible to mark the Provincial Literacy and Numeracy Assessments, you must:
- Hold a valid B.C. or Yukon teacher certification
- Teach at a B.C. or Yukon certified school
- Complete a credentialing workshop
- Be familiar with the curriculum and concepts reflected within the assessment
- Be professional and collegial
The first step to becoming a marker requires that you create an online ID for secure access to B.C. government services.
You have a Basic BceID and are familiar with the Marker Portal.
You must first attend and successfully pass a credentialing workshop.
Teachers invited to mark will receive an email invitation two to three months prior to a marking session. Due to the large number of applications received every year, selection of an applicant to a team might not be possible. Participation in any one session does not guarantee selection for the following sessions.
Marking activities often occur on weekends or statutory holidays. Since a successful applicant will be appointed to and become an essential member of a marking team, it is important that the applicant is able to participate full-time in a team's assignment.
If you have any questions or difficulty accessing the Marker Portal email: email@example.com.