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Mark Gardner

on 24 October 2013

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Transcript of CHS LATE START

715-740 Breakfast
745-755 Student Growth et al.
800-830 Small Group Discussion
835-845 Whole Group Debrief
845-915 Governance
915-1015 Classroom time
24 OCT 2013
1: Examine and evaluate
your own current practices regarding student growth and effective feedback.
2: From conversation, develop
new ideas for how to refine your practice around proficiency development and providing effective feedback.
content or
Why are we talking about this?

Student growth
should be focused on a student’s
increased proficiency at a skill
(increased proficiency at doing something with what they know).

Effective and targeted feedback
is one means for differentiation to meet the needs of all students; differentiation occurs not in what content we expect students to know, but toward what degree of proficiency we guide them or expect them to achieve.

• Promoting growth occurs through intentional instruction and
well-crafted feedback practices
that compel students to engage actively with their learning process.
Critical Questions for Small Group Discussion
Take a few minutes to brainstorm some thinking you can share about each of the questions.
On formative assessments, what procedures or routines do you employ to compel students to examine their own performance and establish how to improve it?
On formative assessments, what feedback do you provide to students that will promote skills growth? What routines or structures do you have in place to facilitate students’ access to and use of that feedback? (In other words, how do you make sure you aren’t wasting your time giving them feedback… and that they actually use it for growth?)
Describe what the beginning, middle, and end of a successful growth sequence looks like for a typical, middle-of-the-road kid in your classes. (This thinking could easily become a proficiency level scale you might use for monitoring progress.)


1. Later today: an email "One Sentence Summary"
2. Governance announcements w/ Bronk
3. Classroom work time; Health/Safety tests
4. Today, 3:15-6:15 in room 116 (Clock hours available!) Student Growth Workshop
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