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[Session 4, Grades 2 & 3] Assessment Types & Social Construction

Author: Liz Locatelli


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Samantha P (Jan 19 2022 9:53AM) : This type of checklist will be extremely helpful for the SWD and ELL students in my classroom. In fact, all students will benefit from this type of support.
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Ben E (Jan 19 2022 9:56AM) : I agree - these will be great for my new-admits who can use it both for self-assessment and vocabulary practice.
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Tracey M (Jan 19 2022 9:59AM) : Samantha I agree- I think the checklist is very helpful to all the students in the class.
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Diana E (Jan 19 2022 10:04AM) : The "I can" statements help the students to take more ownership over what they are doing and the goals we are asking them to meet.
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Ben E (Jan 19 2022 9:53AM) : I like this idea of giving student-friendly checklists to help students keep track of their own learning. It is also helpful for those who need a tool to hold themselves accountable, like easily distracted students who can check off each box.
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Katelynn R (Jan 18 2022 10:05AM) : I absolutely loved the discussion about the different assessment types. Personally, demonstrating assessment is one of the areas that I would like to see growth in my practice. This model is so very clear and practical. more

I would like to hear from some colleagues about how to record the students’ success in each area on paper.

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Brianna M (Jan 19 2022 10:01AM) : agree more

I thought this was an interesting discussion, I hadn’t really seen the process one explicitly stated like this before. I was relieved to find that we are already doing some of it, even though we maybe didn’t realize it!

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DANIELLE M (Jan 19 2022 9:59AM) : We need to slow down in order to do this work and sometimes, that feels like a challenge! Checking in with students at different points along the way helps us to emphasize the value of the learning process and all that happens along the way.
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kristine L (Jan 19 2022 9:55AM) : I think that seeing the different types of assessments is eye opening. It's great to have different ways for students to show their success and knowledge.
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Samantha P (Jan 19 2022 10:03AM) : I agree! It is important to have multiple modes of assessment for our students. Just as students have varying learning styles, students can show learning in varying ways.
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Damien L (Jan 19 2022 10:06AM) : I agree. I have not seen this particular way of considering assessment before.
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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:18PM) : A range of our favourite videos about the Learning Pit. https://www.challenginglearning.com/learning-pit/videos/ [Edited]
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Tracey M (Jan 19 2022 10:03AM) : Thank you for the videos they help.
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Brianna M (Jan 19 2022 10:02AM) : I really like the idea of having students draw this for themselves throughout a lesson. It will help them understand their own process better.
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Eun Ji P (Jan 19 2022 10:04AM) : I agree! It can also keep them accountable of their own work.
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Ben E (Jan 19 2022 9:54AM) : This was very helpful in showing what types of assessments correlate with a standard I teach at least once a week. It reminds me of the Bilingual CC Progressions (on EngageNY) that do this based on proficiency level.
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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:23PM) : Zaretta Hammond "Culturally Responsive Teaching" at the San Francisco Public Library more

The author of “Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain” explains how her personal experiences led her to investigate what children need to have an academic mindset. Dr. Hammond also explains how “grit” and “pep talks” aren’t the solution when early learners struggle during The Learning Pit. Check out a copy of Zaretta Hammond’s book in our online catalog:https://sfpl.bibliocommons.com/v2/search?query=zaretta+hammond&searchType=author

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Brianna M (Jan 19 2022 10:06AM) : I really like the idea of co-created learning targets, rather than only co-created products. more

It can be hard for students at this level to conceive of appropriate ways to show their learning, and we have standards that help us as teachers decide what the product or project will be, but having them cocreate learning targets helps them think about the thinking they will need to do to reach the end goal and gives them ownership of that.

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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:27PM) : Performance assessments offer a richer, more holistic approach to evaluating what students know and can do. more

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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:28PM) : This video is part of the VBCPS Teaching and Learning Framework video series. Each video in this series highlights exemplary classroom practice in one area of the framework; Plan, Teach, Assess, Respond, and Learning Environment. more

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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:30PM) : The Powerful Role of Formative Assessment and Feedback https://lciltd.org/images/stories/pdf-files/Capturing_Learning_LCI.pdf [Edited]
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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:32PM) : Checklist for Assessment to Produce Learning https://lciltd.org/resources/checklist-for-assessment-to-produce-learning
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Liz L (Jan 10 2022 1:35PM) : ...of Student Performance for Grading and Reporting Purposes https://lciltd.org/resources/using-multiple-measures-of-student-performance-for-grading-and-reporting-purposes
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Ben E (Jan 19 2022 9:55AM) : Shoutout - great work by my PS92 colleagues!

DMU Timestamp: December 17, 2021 06:06

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