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Formative Assessment In My Music Classroom

How I am going to use formative assessments in the music classroom
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Jennifer Huckabee

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of Formative Assessment In My Music Classroom

“Formative assessment is a process through which assessment-elicited evidence of student learning is gathered and instruction is modified in response to feedback” (2010, pg. 1). Formative Assessment Formative assessment is different from summative assessment because teachers can use it to see students misunderstand before the end of a unit. Teachers can use this information to correct any errors or take another approach to the instruction to further instruction (Cauley & McMillan, 2010). In my music classroom I use exit slips
What are 2 things I learned today?
1 thing that we did that confused me? Exit Slips Slips are turned in as students exit classroom
Review what students have written and modify next lesson Student uses a kid friendly rubric
Either done as a self assesment, or peer assessment
gives quick assessments and immediate feedback Teacher or Peer Assessment When assessing playing or concept Song I/WE are working on___________

___ CAN PLAY
___ CAN NOT PLAY

CHOOSE 1 (circle your best choice)
5 - I am AWESOME AND CAN PLAY EVERYNOTE PERFECTLY AND CORRECTLY
4 - I GOT MOST OF THE NOTES BUT MESSED UP A FEW TIMES
3 - I FEEL LIKE I NEED SOME MORE HELP BUT STILL GET IT
2 - I MESSED UP A LOT
1 - I NEED TO TRY THIS LATER WITH MORE PRACTICE RECORDER RUBRIC When working on a certain concept
student flips a card (green, yellow, red) that is easy to see
explaining if they need help.

This gives me immediate feedback to help the students who need help STOP LIGHT IMMEDIATE ASSESSMENTS In the path of exit to my classroom there is a large jar....
Students choose RED, YELLOW, GREEN MARBLE
THEY DROP MARBLE IN JAR DEPENDING ON HOW THEY FELT ABOUT THE LESSON More Stop Lights RED - MRS. HUCKABEE I DID NOT GET THIS AT ALL!
GREEN - MRS. HUCKABEE I TOTALLY GOT THIS LET's MOVE ON!
YELLOW - MRS. HUCKABEE I AM SORT OF GETTING THE HANG OF THIS, BUT I THINK I NEED SOME MORE HELP! This type of assessment allows me quickly to
see if my students are understanding the concept or if I have to revist the next day! Connected to the marbles
student writes name, date, lesson goal
chooses the color on stop light
student writes what they learned towards the lesson goal (alligned with standard Personal Stop light journals Name:
Date:
Lesson Goal:_________________
__________________________________________________________________ RED - MRS. HUCKABEE I DID NOT GET THIS AT ALL! YELLOW - MRS. HUCKABEE I AM SORT OF GETTING THE HANG OF THIS, BUT I THINK I NEED SOME MORE HELP! GREEN - MRS. HUCKABEE I TOTALLY GOT THIS LET's MOVE ON! I hope that this helps someone trying to use formative assessments in an elementary music classroom



Created by: Jenny Huckabee MRS. HUCKABEE'S FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS: A BEGINNERS GUIDE
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