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Copy of formative assessment
Transcript of Copy of formative assessment
Jayme Corcoran and Jessie Nicoson
Muddy Waters Bright Ideas
Wheel of Assessment
Think- Pair- Share
Product- What they learned in the end
Process- How they learned it
Environment- Structure and Setting
Content- What you wanted students to learn
Used at the end of an activity
The teacher can answer questions immediately or reflect for the next planned lesson
3 things you learned
2 things you found interesting
1 question you still have
This can be as simple or complex as the situation requires. It can include behavior or learning targets.
1st Think about the topic.
2nd Pair up with a partner.
3rd Share with your partner or class.
Think- Pair- Square and work with a small group.
Students can easily communicate to their teacher how they feel about a topic.
Thumbs up if you feel comfortable with this material
Thumbs in the middle if you are starting to get it
Thumbs down if you need some help with this material
Sorting activities allow the teacher to see who understands material and how quickly they recall information.
Paddles show teachers which individual students understand a concept. This works well for many activities, but we really enjoy using them as review materials.
Leveled questioning is a perfect way to differentiate instruction. It allows teachers to organize questions based on their difficulty without the students knowing who is getting what level of question. It also improves student participation throughout the lesson.
Try "traffic lighting" homework questions on what students know. Green- No help Yellow- It was hard but I got it Red- HELP!
Try 5 minute diaries and self assessments to build literacy skills.
1. Every day
Communicating Mastery of Skills
Higher Order Thinking
Improved Problem Solving
Entry into Higher Level Classes
Social Communication and Negotiating
Smartboards are used as another adult iPads are used for small groups (Brainpop, QR codes, etc.) 1:1
Multiple Formative Assessments
ISU & IWU
Differentiating products involves providing varied opportunities for students to show what they have learned.
The following are examples of different formative assessments used to get information we need to groups students by ability or pace lessons.
How often do you use formative assessment?
Skyward, IlliniData, MAP Testing, SPMS, AIMSweb, Individualized Teacher Tracking Sheets, Student-Driven Progress monitoring
What the student needs to learn or how the student will get access to the information
Baskets in E&R
Varied activities that students are given to make sense of the content
Student Created Lessons
Sometimes it is still difficult
Kids need a TON of structure
Always have the "Plan B"
Give VERY clear directions im multiple ways
Have a "Boss", Written Directions, Oral Directions, Check for Understanding, Have students paraphrase directions
Many students will need a schedule and will need teacher assistance to initiate work
What I wanted...
What I got...
The way the classroom works and feels
How about adding definitions
for the 4 types?