Curriculum Compacting E-Learning Module Part 5
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Curriculum Compacting E-Learning Module Part 5 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. + Part 5: Assessment
  • 2. + Discuss… What assessments tell you the most about your advanced learners?
  • 3. + Formatively and Summatively Assess ALL students… Pretest Whole Class Formatively Assess Whole Class Formatively Assess Whole Class Formatively Assess Whole Class Benchmark Assessment (Whole Class) Beginning of Unit End of Unit Students Receiving Compacting Students Working on Core
  • 4. + Two Additional Assessment Tools for Students Receiving Compacting Self and Peer Assessment Rubrics Portfolio Template
  • 5. + Teach students to self and peer assess anchor activities… Self and peer assessments are provided in curriculum guides What is emphasized in these rubrics? How might you introduce these to students?
  • 6. + An Optional Summative Assessment for Compacting: Portfolio Students collect work samples that connect to long term learning targets Students analyze and describe the connection between their work sample and the learning target Teacher evaluates and comments
  • 7. + Where are the assessment tools? Self and peer assessments Portfolio template
  • 8. + Watch Video #5 Debrief… What role should assessment play throughout the curriculum compacting process? What aspects of assessment will be most important for advanced learners in your math classroom?