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Differentiated Workshop. Assessment FOR Learning. Workshop Details . Three days Topeka 501 middle and high school teachers from all subject areas Focus on using formative assessment. NAME. The Unit Organizer . 4. BIGGER PICTURE. DATE. NEXT UNIT. /Experience. LAST UNIT. /Experience.

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Differentiated Workshop

Assessment FOR Learning


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Workshop Details

  • Three days

  • Topeka 501 middle and high school teachers from all subject areas

  • Focus on using formative assessment


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NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

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3

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

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Key Terms

UNIT MAP

is about...

5

6

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

methodsS

Learning

7

Best teaching practices

Differentiation

Formative Assessment

Content Enhancement

Formative

Summative

Learning targets

Success criteria

Descriptive feedback

Evaluative feedback

Self-assessment

Peer assessment

Rubrics

Traffic icons

Wait time

Questioning

Using assessment information to improve student learning

through

Questioning

through

through

Formative use of summative tests

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Feedback

Peer and Self-Assessment

• What is formative assessment?

• What are the benefits of using formative assessment?

• How can questioning, feedback, peer and self-assessment, and

formative use of summative tests improve learning?

• How can I change my practices to use formative assessment?

lecture

discussion

Video clips

Group activities

Case studies


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Why differentiate?

Participants vary widely

  • Subject areas and grade levels (6-12)

  • Years of teaching experience (first year to 30-plus years)

  • Experience with formative assessment (some don’t even know what it really means)


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How differentiated?

Pre-assessment measuring readiness

  • Get participants thinking about key issues we will cover and reflecting on their own practices.

  • It will tell me where teachers are starting from in terms of their experience with assessment.

  • Helpful in shaping the workshop over the next three days.


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How differentiated?

Day 1: Process/interest/learning profile

  • Kinesthetic, verbal, visual, logical, interpersonal, musical, intrapersonal

  • Folded box, target-method match, think-pair-share, video clips, Power point, reflection sheets


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How differentiated?

Day 2: Case Studies

  • Tiered lesson differentiated on content/ readiness: three case studies for participants to apply different aspects of formative assessment

  • The Equalizer: Simple to complex; foundational to transformational; single-faceted to multifaceted; small to big leap


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How differentiated?

Day 3: Changing a Unit

  • Product: readiness, interest, learning profile

  • The Equalizer: simple to complex; foundational to transformational; single faceted to multifaceted; small to big leap


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Flexible Grouping

  • Participants will vary groups throughout the workshop.

  • Self-selected; random; readiness; subject area/level taught


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Management Strategies

  • Variety of activities appealing to different learning style

  • Working individually, pairs, small groups, whole group

  • Choice

  • Food!


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Assessment

  • No summative assessment (no grades to give!)

  • Formative assessment throughout

    (activities, discussion, reflection, work on unit changes, follow up)


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What constitutes success?

  • Feedback on daily and end-of-workshop evaluation

  • Work on unit changes

  • Application in the classroom


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Self Evaluation

  • Strength: differentiating for learner profiles and process

  • Improvement: more differentiation for readiness


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