Formative assessment

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Formative assessment

  1. 1. Formative Assessment: The first step in my students’ project is to have them use garden related books and magazines and read about theirchosen agriculture topic. The students will also be taking notes writing down the main steps for their how to tutorial.This part is done totally in the classroom with pen and paper. In this way, I can monitor their understanding and helpthem with the content of the information prior to any computer work. Prior to going into the computer lab, I will discuss with them the principles of creating an effective Educreationspresentation. We will also review the presentation scoring rubric. Students will have the opportunity to add to theirnotes from websites and download and save images from the web to dropittome.comOnce that part is completed, students will have to create a story-board, and a script based on a model that I will providefor them, which completely plans out their presentation. No one will be able to work on the ipad until this step iscompleted – always a good motivator! Students will be given time in class to rehearse their presentation, which will allow me to hear how they’re doingand offer feedback while they’re working. CATEGORY 4 - Advanced 3 - Proficient 2 - Progressing 1 - BeginningUse of Time Used time well during each Used time well during most Used time well (as shown by Used time poorly (as shown by class period (as shown by class periods (as shown by observation by teacher and observation by teacher and/or observation by teacher, and observation by teacher, and documentation of progress in documentation of progress in documentation of progress in documentation of progress in journal), but required adult journal) in spite of several journal) with no adult journal) with no adult reminders on one or more adult reminders to do so. reminders. reminders. occasions to do so.Workload The workload is divided and The workload is divided and The workload was divided, but The workload was not divided shared equally by all team shared fairly by all team one person in the group is OR several people in the group members. members, though workloads viewed as not doing his/her are viewed as not doing their may vary from person to fair share of the work. fair share of the work. person.

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