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    TED 453 Session 8 TED 453 Session 8 Presentation Transcript

    • TED 453: Session 8, 11/20/1 3 • Mini-PACT Assessment & Reflection Feedback • Turn in all assignmentslast chance • Self-Assessment & Discussion
    • Mini-PACT: Assessment • Be sure to plan an individual assessment that you can use for the Assessment section. • Collect student samples. • Use an actual summary of actual student scores– not estimates. • Identify the cut point on your rubric. • Cite your findings in your commentary. • Discuss what you find.
    • Identify your cut point Multiple measures
    • Identify your cut point Multiple measures
    • Score your samples by the rubric Score your samples by the rubric
    • Discuss your findings
    • You can include the scores on the actual rubric
    • Mini-PACT: Reflection • Cite what you learned from 1) your daily reflections, and 2) your analyses of instruction and assessment. • When you cite research, cite properly. • Read the rubric for reflection– be very specific about next steps. • Refer to individual students, subgroups, and the entire class. • Remember that you are expected to have all students meet success in your class…
    • Self-Assessment • • • • • Take your time. Work quietly by yourself. Be honest with yourself. If any questions arise as you go, make a “?” in the margin and we’ll go back to it. Take up to 30 minutes.
    • Discuss
    • Yay! (I still need your Quarterly Reviews…) (…by midnight tonight.)