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21st Century Assessment<br />SD ESA2<br />November 7, 2009<br />
“An effective teacher enhances student learning more than any other aspect of schooling that can be controlled.”<br />Marz...
Essential Questions<br />What does 21st century assessment look like?<br />How does 21st century assessment encourage lear...
Discuss at Your Table<br />HOW HAVE YOU BEEN ASSESSED?<br />What was effective? What wasn’t effective?<br />(So Best and W...
21st Century Assessment<br />Behavior<br />Attendance<br />Skills<br />Work Completion<br />Subject Knowledge<br />Effort<...
Comprehensive Assessment<br />
Frequent formative assessments, with sound feedback, significantly improve learning.<br />
Use frequent assessments that encourage learning and …<br />Show that low scores do not imply failure<br />Show that effor...
How to begin<br />Unpack standards<br />Identify essential content<br />Organize content into categories (topics)<br />Lim...
UNPACKED CONTENT STANDARDS<br />TARGETS<br />TOPICS<br />ASSESSMENTS<br />
Student Self-assess<br />Reflections<br />Rubrics<br />Portfolios <br />
From Latin rubrica= <br />
A Common Language<br />
 Design a Rubric<br />Create a rubric with two criteria for a successful Thanksgiving Dinner<br /><ul><li>Quality Levels
Criteria
Descriptors</li></li></ul><li>How Do You Evaluate a Skill?<br />
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  • How does this picture relate to assessment? Talk at your table. Share a couple of thoughts to whole group.
  • Divide into groups based on these questions.Make a list of types of assessment that people in each group are good at, like doing, etc.Put a bunch of resources on the wiki.
  • What do you want this student to…look likebe able to doaccomplishdemonstrateshow proficiency inmaster at the end of your lesson or unit?
  • When your students come to class- what factors are at play?
  • And then….begin with this end in mind when planning your lessons….
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    1. 1. 21st Century Assessment<br />SD ESA2<br />November 7, 2009<br />
    2. 2. “An effective teacher enhances student learning more than any other aspect of schooling that can be controlled.”<br />Marzano<br />
    3. 3.
    4. 4. Essential Questions<br />What does 21st century assessment look like?<br />How does 21st century assessment encourage learning?<br />How do effective teachers use assessment?<br />
    5. 5. Discuss at Your Table<br />HOW HAVE YOU BEEN ASSESSED?<br />What was effective? What wasn’t effective?<br />(So Best and Worst...)<br />
    6. 6.
    7. 7. 21st Century Assessment<br />Behavior<br />Attendance<br />Skills<br />Work Completion<br />Subject Knowledge<br />Effort<br />
    8. 8. Comprehensive Assessment<br />
    9. 9. Frequent formative assessments, with sound feedback, significantly improve learning.<br />
    10. 10. Use frequent assessments that encourage learning and …<br />Show that low scores do not imply failure<br />Show that effort results in high scores<br />
    11. 11. How to begin<br />Unpack standards<br />Identify essential content<br />Organize content into categories (topics)<br />Limit 15-20 topics per subject/grade level<br />Organize categories or topics into targets<br />Develop assessments<br />
    12. 12.
    13. 13. UNPACKED CONTENT STANDARDS<br />TARGETS<br />TOPICS<br />ASSESSMENTS<br />
    14. 14. Student Self-assess<br />Reflections<br />Rubrics<br />Portfolios <br />
    15. 15. From Latin rubrica= <br />
    16. 16. A Common Language<br />
    17. 17. Design a Rubric<br />Create a rubric with two criteria for a successful Thanksgiving Dinner<br /><ul><li>Quality Levels
    18. 18. Criteria
    19. 19. Descriptors</li></li></ul><li>How Do You Evaluate a Skill?<br />
    20. 20. Handouts 5-12<br />Use Effort/Success Comparisons <br />Effort logs<br />Effort/Achievement Rubrics<br />Effort/Achievement Comparison Graphs<br />Effort Honor Rolls<br />Effort<br />Handouts 5-13<br />
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