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WHAT DO THEY REALLY KNOW? USING RUBRICS AND THINKING TOOLS T

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Kathryn Larsen

on 19 October 2015

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Transcript of WHAT DO THEY REALLY KNOW? USING RUBRICS AND THINKING TOOLS T

How does this
quote make you feel?
How can we
assess what we actually value?
How can assessments
become more
meaningful for you?
What do your
students know
and what do
they need?
How can grading
become more
meaningful for your
students?
WHAT DO THEY REALLY KNOW? USING RUBRICS AND THINKING TOOLS TO TRULY ASSESS
How can your
assessments prove
that your students
are getting smarter
every day?
How are rubrics starting to be used in college?
What was once educationally significant, but difficult to measure, has now been replaced by what is insignificant and easy to measure. So now we test how well we have taught what we do not value. --Art Costa
Your Rubric is a Hot Mess article
Discuss and share own experiences
Look at single-point rubric example and unit card with DOK levels
Inner Voice
Annotations
Collaborative Notes
Reflection Questions
Data collection from Skyward
Cris Tovani book
What would this look like as a single-point rubric?
Michael Wesch:
What Baby George and Handstands Have Taught
Me About Learning
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