Our Partners Need More Evidence of Student LearningOur partners use MAP to answer important questions about their students’ learning: Is every child growing? Where will they be at the end of the school year?Many partners have expressed a need for more student data between MAP assessments. They want to know: Where are my students now? What progress are we making? What skills are they missing?
® Keeping Learning on Track Framework One Big Idea Students and teachers continuously using evidence of learning to adapt what happens in the classroom. Five Key Strategies Engineering effective Clarifying, sharing, and Activating students as classroom discussions, Providing feedback Activating students understanding learning instructional questions, and learning that moves learners as the owners of targets and success resources for one tasks that elicit evidence forward their own learning criteria another of learning Many Formative Assessment Techniques• 30-Second Share • ABCD Cards • Find and Correct Errors • Stop/Slow Signals • Think/Pair/Share• Group Discuss • Exit Tickets • Two Stars and a Wish • Question Strips • Carousel Expectations • Diagnostic Questions • Comment-Only Marking • Traffic Lighting Self • Jigsaw• Learning Targets
® Keeping Learning on Track Implementation Year 1 Year 2 Beyond Year 2Getting Started Teacher Learning Teacher Learning Community Meetings Community Meetings with KLT (for TLC Leaders) 1 2 3 4 9 10 11 12 Ongoing, Individual Study Collegial 5 6 7 8 13 14 15 16 Support Supported with KLT Supported with KLT Modules and KLT Modules and Foundations online resources online resourcesInitial Learning Sustained Job- Deepening Continued Growth Embedded Learning Understanding and Learning
How does the Where is the Where is the learner learner get learner going? right now? there? Engineering effective Providing classroom discussions, feedback thatTeacher questions, & learning moves learners tasks that elicit evidence forward of learning Clarifying, sharing and understanding Activating students as the owners of their ownLearner learning targets learning and success criteria Activating students as instructional resources Peer for one another
AgendaActivity TopicActivity 1 KLT™ Overview: Making a DifferenceActivity 2 Sharing Learning Targets & Success CriteriaActivity 3 Asking Better QuestionsActivity 4 Providing Effective FeedbackActivity 5 Activating Students and Their PeersActivity 6 Carrying the Work Forward
What happens in a typical TLC meeting?Activity 1Welcome & Learning The TLC leader presents the learning targets for the meeting.TargetsActivity 2 Each teacher gives a brief, informal report on his or her latest formative assessment efforts in the classroom to provideHow’s It Going? information and get feedback from colleagues.Activity 3 The group works through an interactive learning activityFormative developed to deepen their understanding of one or moreAssessment Content formative assessment strategies.Activity 4 Each teacher updates his or her Action Plan and arranges toPersonal Action Plan get needed support from colleagues.Activity 5 The group checks to see where they are with regard to theSummary of Learning learning targets for the meeting. 8
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