Teaching & Learning Process II LEARNING INTENTION: TO GAIN AN OVERVIEW OF THE EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHING IN LAWRENCE
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Keeping Learning on TrackAn ETS created initiative for teachers focused on AfL-Assessment for Learning Sharing Learning Expectations Learning intentions, rubric cards, exemplars, WILF Questioning ABCD cards, Class Poll, Entrance & Exit tickets, Hinge-Point Q, Popsicle sticks, Carousel, Think/Pair/Share, Parking Lot, Whiteboards Feedback Comment-only marking, Find & Correct Errors, Strategy Cards, Traffic lighting, Two Stars and a Wish
Keeping Learning On Track Activating Self Concept List, End of Lesson Student Review, Gots & Needs, Pre- Flight Checklist, Stop Light Cups, Thumbs Up/Down Activating Peers Feedback Carousel, Jigsaw, Peer Evaluation with Rubrics, Student-Developed Tests, Two Stars and a Wish
The Lawrence Assessment Calendar Will be distributed by building administration Includes all district assessments DRA Timed writing (MyAccess) Benchmarks Mid-terms and Finals Kindergarten G&T ACCESS for ELLs NWEA* Data collected for district analysis
Exit Ticket: Make your own “Wordle” about instruction or assessment Work with your group from earlier to create your own Wordle highlighting the important points regarding assessment. www.wordle.net
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