• 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.
You can include
the scores on the
• Cite what you learned from 1) your daily
reflections, and 2) your analyses of instruction
• When you cite research, cite properly.
• Read the rubric for reflection– be very specific
about next steps.
• Refer to individual students, subgroups, and the
• Remember that you are expected to have all
students meet success in your class…
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.