SAIS Assessment 2009

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SAIS Assessment 2009

  1. 1. Assessment and Grading
  2. 2. Have a plan
  3. 3. Have a plan talk to other teachers in core area
  4. 4. Have a plan talk to other teachers in core area work with the school’s system and expectations
  5. 5. Have a plan talk to other teachers in core area work with the school’s system and expectations support your observations
  6. 6. Have a plan talk to other teachers in core area work with the school’s system and expectations support your observations NO SURPRISES - NO MYSTERY
  7. 7. Stay on top
  8. 8. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up
  9. 9. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans
  10. 10. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans know the schedule for your grading periods
  11. 11. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans know the schedule for your grading periods not every assignment needs assessed
  12. 12. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans know the schedule for your grading periods not every assignment needs assessed know why and what you are assessing
  13. 13. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans know the schedule for your grading periods not every assignment needs assessed know why and what you are assessing meaningful assessment provides feedback - not just numbers (not all assessment is meaningful)
  14. 14. Stay on top avoid letting assignments pile up plan for when you will be grading when writing lesson plans know the schedule for your grading periods not every assignment needs assessed know why and what you are assessing meaningful assessment provides feedback - not just numbers (not all assessment is meaningful) set and meet expectations for students and parents
  15. 15. Rubrics • A rubric is a scoring guide to evaluate performance based on a range of criteria • A rubric is a working guide for students and teachers, usually handed out before the assignment begins in order to get students to think about how to complete the activity. • A rubric enhances the quality of direct instruction.
  16. 16. www.teachervision.fen.com Chocolate Chip Cookie Rubric
  17. 17. music video rubric activity
  18. 18. A Million Ways by OK GO
  19. 19. performance assessment
  20. 20. Does this word cloud accurately represent Scout? Why or why not?
  21. 21. combining elements
  22. 22. Summary have a plan and stick with it work with school’s system support your observations know the “what” and “why” of each assessment ultimate goal is improved student performance & understanding set expectations and keep them NO SURPRISES!

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