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Presentation for the Discovery Educator Summer Institute in Bozeman, MT, July 24, 2012

Presentation for the Discovery Educator Summer Institute in Bozeman, MT, July 24, 2012

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  • [twitter]I’ll be auto tweeting for the next hour. Buckle up. Or go do something else.[/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]Student Involved Assessment http://shareski.ca/y/44 [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Alfie Kohn http://shareski.ca/y/1hu [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Ken O’Connor http://www.oconnorgrading.com/ [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Joe Bower says Assessment is not a spreadsheet, it’s a conversation http://www.joebower.org/ [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] How to Crowdsource Grading http://shareski.ca/y/1ho [/twitter]\n
  • Beginning about 11 years ago our district dove deep into the idea of assessment and specifically AFL.\nLots of good stuff that \n
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  • [twitter] No intervention is as effective as formative assessment http://shareski.ca/y/1hr [/twitter]\n
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  • Most teaching is just to get the right answer and move on. But the challenge of time and covering curriculum is a real and present danger. But because it’s real, we need to do a way better job of finding ways for students to get this essential aspect of learning and one way is to involve others.\n
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  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • The other critical piece is enabling and fostering a reflective environment where thinking about thinking and learning is fostered.\n\n[twitter] Learning about Learning http://shareski.ca/y/1hp [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Metacognition http://shareski.ca/y/1hv [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]10 tips on increasing comprehension via @paulandersen http://shareski.ca/y/1hw [/twitter]\n
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  • Assessment and evaluation as it exists in most of our classrooms perpetuates a power structure and a culture of compliance that does little to advance learning. \n[twitter]If you want to take the passion out of something, grade it. http://shareski.ca/y/17n [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]The Trouble with Rubrics http://shareski.ca/y/1hn\n[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Every classroom should have a place for unintended learning. http://shareski.ca/y/1hq via @eolsonteacher[/twitter]\n
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  • That reflection, documentation and sharing of what happens each day in the classroom is a wonderful gift for yourself and for others. We’ve got to strive for better, richer ways of finding success. Agency and autonomy are the cornerstones of a free and democratic society. Schools should be places that embody those ideals. The idea of accountability goes away as we embrace the notions of responsibilities for ourselves, for each other and for our students.\n
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  • [twitter]Students in my #ECMP455 class assessing themselves http://shareski.ca/y/vf [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]Students Can Assess Themselves via @plugusin http://shareski.ca/y/1hs [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]Comments for kids. http://shareski.ca/y/1hx [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] @russgoerend on using Evernote for assessment http://russgoerend.com/tag/evernote [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]Okay, I’m done now. [/twitter]\n

Missing links...Promising Practices in Assessment Missing links...Promising Practices in Assessment Presentation Transcript

  • The Missing LINKS Promising Practices In Assessment and Evaluation Dean Shareski DENsihttp://www.flickr.com/photos/krissen/6824608878/ July 2012
  • http://shareski.ca/y/densi2012
  • What’s the current conversationaround assessment in your world?
  • AFL | Assessment For Learning | Feedback
  • AAL | Assessment As Learning | MetaCognition
  • AAL | Assessment As Learning | MetaCognition
  • AAL | Assessment As Learning | MetaCognition
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/woscholar/6305024548
  • Student Involvement “Who owns the learning?”http://www.flickr.com/photos/rzganoza/4186516481
  • Student Involvement “Who owns the assessment?”http://www.flickr.com/photos/rzganoza/4186516481
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/grade6kms/5146468921
  • Grading
  • The Trouble with Rubrics
  • The Trouble with Standards
  • Playing to Strengths and Interestshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jjcd7/3172304473/
  • “We Can’t Measure Learning, We Can Only Document It” http://www.flickr.com/photos/albertogp123/5843577306
  • What did you learn from others? What did youcontribute to the learning of others?
  • “Taught me to examine my work critically”
  • “Taught me to examine my work critically” “enabled me to focus on learning”
  • “Taught me to examine my work critically” “enabled me to focus on learning”“I wasn’t comfortable assessing myself”
  • When is good enough, good enough? http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcroberts/1484118790/
  • The Missing Links• Reflection• Feedback• Ownership
  • The Missing Links• Reflection Blogs• Feedback Comments/Conversation• Ownership Portfolios/Choice
  • Reflection
  • Comments/Conversation #comments4kids
  • Portfolios/Choice
  • Evernote
  • Where could you go from here?