Formative Assessments                                                 Classroom Formative Vs. Common Formative            ...
Formative Assessments                              Classroom Formative Vs. Common Formative                               ...
the individualteacher.
daily or aftereach lesson.
describes the student’scomprehension of thelesson and informsstudents of theirprogress.
determine what to re-teachand/or how to re-groupstudents and to guidedecisions about next stepsin the learning process
to describe eachindividualstudent’sattainment of skill.
mastery of thelessonobjectives.
a collaborativeteam ofteachers.
two to threetimes perquarter.
helps teachers orteams of teachers toanalyze and improvetheir instructionalstrategies.
collaboratively planand implementprogram-wideinstructionalimprovement.
to comparestudents’ resultsand identify bestpractices.
mastery of theessentialstandards.
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Formative Assessments: Classroom Formative Vs. Common Formative . Adapted from Dufour, Solution Tree. Translated into easy-to-use- language by: Michelle Walker-Wade

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Classroom formative vs common formative

  1. 1. Formative Assessments Classroom Formative Vs. Common Formative Adapted from Dufour, Solution Tree Teachers use on–going formative assessments to provide feedback to students about their progress and to guide the teachers decisions on instruction and next steps. Classroom Formative Common Formative Assessments AssessmentsThe assessment is created or the individual teacher. a collaborative team of teachers.chosen by…The assessment is given to daily or after each lesson. two to three times per quarter.students…The assessment provides describes the student’s comprehension of helps teachers or teams of teachers tofeedback that… the lesson and informs students of their analyze and improve their instructional progress. strategies.The assessment results are determine what to re-teach and/or how to collaboratively plan and implementused by the teacher(s) to… re-group students and to guide decisions program-wide instructional improvement. about next steps in the learning processThe assessment data is to describe each individual student’s to compare students’ results and identifyused… attainment of skill. best practices.The assessment shows mastery of the lesson objectives. mastery of the essential standards.whether or not the studentdemonstrates…Translated into easy-to-use- language by: Michelle Walker-Wade and colleagues K Barroso and K Burnett – Sep 2011
  2. 2. Formative Assessments Classroom Formative Vs. Common Formative Adapted from Dufour, Solution Tree Classroom Formative Common Formative Assessments AssessmentsThe assessment is createdor chosen by…The assessment is givento students…The assessment providesfeedback that…The assessment resultsare used by the teacher(s)to…The assessment data isused…The assessment showswhether or not the studentdemonstrates… Teachers use on– going formative assessments to provide feedback to students about their progress and to guide decisions on instruction and next steps.
  3. 3. the individualteacher.
  4. 4. daily or aftereach lesson.
  5. 5. describes the student’scomprehension of thelesson and informsstudents of theirprogress.
  6. 6. determine what to re-teachand/or how to re-groupstudents and to guidedecisions about next stepsin the learning process
  7. 7. to describe eachindividualstudent’sattainment of skill.
  8. 8. mastery of thelessonobjectives.
  9. 9. a collaborativeteam ofteachers.
  10. 10. two to threetimes perquarter.
  11. 11. helps teachers orteams of teachers toanalyze and improvetheir instructionalstrategies.
  12. 12. collaboratively planand implementprogram-wideinstructionalimprovement.
  13. 13. to comparestudents’ resultsand identify bestpractices.
  14. 14. mastery of theessentialstandards.

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