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This presentation was used to highlight the value of summative assessment in schools. It was presented by David Bydlowski and Joyce Fouts.

This presentation was used to highlight the value of summative assessment in schools. It was presented by David Bydlowski and Joyce Fouts.

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  • The Collaboration and Power of Summative Assessments David Bydlowski and Joyce Fouts Wayne RESA [email_address] and foutsj@resa.net
    • Collaborative team meetings on Wednesday’s
    • Developed common assessments
    • Your thoughts…………………..
  • Summative Assessment
    • Culmination of a 2-3 week unit.
    • Give students grades on this assessment.
    • That grade is part of the students course grade.
  • But, there is far more……
    • Assess—to determine if students have learned what is needed to be learned—the BIG IDEAS
    • Analyze—the results of the assessment
    • Action—based on the assessment
  • Why has this become a common practice across the country?
  • Common Assessments
    • Group effort is more efficient than individual work.
    • More equitable for students.
    • Best way to determine if what is to be taught is being learned.
    • Inform the practice of individual teachers.
    • Build a team’s capacity to improve the program.
    • Facilitate a common approach to helping students.
  •  
  • This…..
  • Not This….
  • The Goal
  • Are Students Learning What They Need to Learn?
  • If so, we feel great!
  • Which leads to…..
    • Rich conversations about possibilities
    • Optimism
    • Hopefulness
    • Energy and creativity to continue the learning journey
  • This requires…..
  • The Goal is…….
  • The Collaboration and Power of Summative Assessments David Bydlowski and Joyce Fouts Wayne RESA [email_address] and foutsj@resa.net