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*Too bad the image "frame" of torn paper rendered incorrectly upon upload of the PDF into Slideshare. Oh well... check this out:
The essential framework for the "big picture" element of this presentation was inspired by Elizabeth Helfant of MICDS in St. Louis, Missouri. Our reading lists are frighteningly similar. I enjoy the validation of the importance of these works from trusted others. I think here sequencing of these elements is smart.
From that point, I used both this slide set and two texts from the Stiggins assessment institute to deliver a job-embedded professional development session at Benton High School on February 25, 2010.
As per usual, the slide deck only shows a part of the event, and much of our work was analog, face-to-face, and on paper. Hey- you have to know when to do what.
It is just far too uncanny that Elizabeth and I seem to have essentially the same reading list. She's a good geek. I love it.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.