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  1. 1. Brittany Beaumont Assessment Uses Teacher Keys Performance Standard 6
  2. 2. Backwards Design Brittany uses a backwards design model in creating assessments and planning for instruction.
  3. 3. Standards-Based Assessment Brittany develops assessments in all subject areas that are standards based. All lessons include an assessment component, whether formal or informal, to determine student mastery of the standards targeted by the particular lesson. Student mastery of standards is evidenced by performance on assessments.
  4. 4. Brittany develops standards-based assessments in all subject areas. Standards are highlighted on these examples.
  5. 5. Assessment Feedback Students’ in-progress work is assessed and Brittany provides feedback. This helps students to get on the right track, develop finished work that is of higher quality, and reach a deeper level of standards mastery and comprehension of content.
  6. 6. Assessment Driven Planning Brittany’s grade team meets weekly to plan for instruction. In doing so, the look at current assessment results. This lets them know what direction and format their instruction should take. Planning Meeting Minutes
  7. 7. Assessment Leadership Brittany serves as a member of SPARK’s instructional leadership team. As a member of this team, she has worked to collaboratively analyze CRCT data in order to develop the Continuous Improvement Plan. Brittany has worked closely with APS Instructional Mentors to help new teachers develop assessments for their students and utilize the data to guide their instruction.
  8. 8. Assessment Feedback for parents Brittany shares student progress with parents on a regular basis. Work portfolios are sent home weekly. Detailed comments are sent home with progress reports and report cards. Example of Brittany’s report card comments.
  9. 9. Quarterly Common assessments Brittany collaborate with her grade team to develop and administer quarterly common assessments that measure student mastery of instructed standards. Data from these assessments is one of the informing factors in planning for instruction and student grouping.
  10. 10. Rubrics Brittany teaches students how to self-assess their work using a rubric. This also helps students to understand the expectations for projects as they are completing them.
  11. 11. Rubrics Continued Brittany’s uses a detailed 6-traits rubric to assess writing, developed by Education Northwest.
  12. 12. Self Assessment Brittany encourages students to self-assess their own learning performance using a graphic-centered student report card.
  13. 13. Engaging Students in assessment Brittany engages students in the assessment process. She assesses student work in the student’s presence so that feedback for growth can be shared. Students have the opportunity to reflect on their assessment performance, ask questions, and plan for mastery. Brittany engages a student in the assessment of their work.
  14. 14. Goal setting Brittany works with students to help them develop goals. She later works with students to discuss their progress towards their goals as they self-assess their learning and behavior.