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Coastal Plains RESA. Assessment Literacy: Leading Formative Instructional Practices January 28 and February 25 Session One: Modules 1, 2, 3 Session Two: Modules 4, 5, 6. Reading: Leadership Role in FIP (white handout on table). Use a close reading strategy.

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Coastal Plains RESA

Assessment Literacy: Leading Formative Instructional Practices

January 28 and February 25

Session One: Modules 1, 2, 3

Session Two: Modules 4, 5, 6

reading leadership role in fip white handout on table
Reading: Leadership Role in FIP(white handout on table)
  • Use a close reading strategy.
    • Underline and circle…with a purpose.
    • Summarize what the author is saying in the left margin.
    • Ask questions in the right margin.
  • Schmoker. Results Now, p. 1-3, 10-12.
  • DuFour. Leaders of Learning, p. 4-7.
  • Marzano. School Leadership that Works, p. 8-9.

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reading leadership role in fip
Reading: Leadership Role in FIP

Take a few moments to review the document and mark the sentence, the phrase, and the word that you think is particularly important. Choose a facilitator and a scribe for your table.

Steps

1. First Round: Each person shares a sentencefrom the document that he/she thinks/feels is particularly significant.

2. Second Round: Each person shares a phrasethat he/she thinks/feels is particularly significant. The scribe records each phrase.

3. Third Round: Each person shares the wordthat he/she thinks/feels is particularly significant. The scribe records each word.

4. The group discusses what they heard and what it says about the document.

5. The group agrees on the words and phrases that summarize the key points in the readings.

6. The group debriefs the text rendering process.

Text Rendering Protocol

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norms
Norms
  • Be on time.
  • Place cell phones on silent.
  • Actively listen and participate.
  • Limit sidebar conversations (take notes to discuss later).
  • Assume good will and positive intent.
  • Observe the work time limit.
  • Use electronic devices for group work only.
  • End on time.
  • Clean your work area.
  • Laugh often. Celebrate success!

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wi fi protocol
Wi-Fi Protocol
  • Please connect only ONE device to Wi-Fi.
  • WiFi in Auditorium
    • The north side of the room will access RESA Hall 2.
    • The southside of the room will access RESA Hall 1.
    • The front of the room will access RESA Lab.
  • WiFi in Annex
    • The north side of the room will access resaannex.
    • The south side of the room will access annex hall.

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leading formative instructional practices learning targets
Leading Formative Instructional Practices Learning Targets
  • Understand what formative instructional practices are.
  • Become familiar with key research findings related to the effects of formative instructional practices on student achievement.
  • Understand the benefits of clear learning targets.
  • Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to the teacher.
  • Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to students.
  • Know how to collect accurate formative evidence of learning.
  • Know how to document formative evidence of student learning.

Record your personal learning targets for this session on the yellow sheets.

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how do formative instructional practices connect to leader keys teacher keys ccrpi
How do Formative Instructional Practices connect to Leader Keys, Teacher Keys, CCRPI, …?

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System

Leader Keys Effectiveness System

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fip alignment to leader keys
FIP: Alignment to Leader Keys

1. Instructional Leadership

The leader fosters the success of by facilitating the development, communication, implementation, and evaluation of a shared vision of teaching and learning that leads to school improvement.

3. Planning and Assessment

The leader effectively gathers, analyzes, and uses a variety of data to inform planning and decision-makingconsistent with established guidelines, policies, and procedures.

6. Teacher/Staff Evaluation

The leader fairly and consistently evaluates school personnel in accordance with state and district guidelines and provides them with timely and constructive feedback focused on improved student learning.

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m1 introduction to formative instructional practices
M1: Introduction to Formative Instructional Practices

LT: Understand what formative instructional practices are.

  • Section 1 Activity 1: Misconceptions about Formative Instructional Practices (HO, p.3)
  • Work in pairs to discuss, select an answer, and record reasons.
  • Watch Adkins and Smith in M1, p. 32.
  • Compare and contrast formative and summative assessment.
  • Create double bubble to show similarities and differences. Refer to misconceptions discussion, to Mr. Adkins and Mr. Smith, and to key terms on page one of the Module Overview.
  • Complete Formative or Summative? (Download B).

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M1: Introduction to Formative Instructional Practices

Key Terms:

  • Formative Assessment: The formal and informal processes that teachers and students use to gather evidence for the purpose of improving learning. Formative assessment is also referred to as assessment for learning.
  • Formative Instructional Practices: The term we use to refer to the practice of formative assessment and assessment for learning. Formative instructional practices are the formal and informal ways that teachers and students gather and response to evidence of student learning.
  • Summative Assessment: Assessments that provide evidence of student achievement for the purpose of making a judgment about student competence or program effectiveness.
  • Learning Targets: Statements of intended learning—what students should know and be able to do.

Module Overview, p. 1.

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m1 introduction to fip
M1: Introduction to FIP

LT: Become familiar with key research findings related to the effects of formative instructional practices on student achievement.

  • Activity M1, p. 20.
  • Choose the three (3) formative instructional practices that have been identified as particularly effective in improving student achievement (high impact).

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Leading Formative Instructional Practices Learning Targets
  • Reflect and record evidence of your progress toward the learning targets you set for this session.
  • What changes would you like to see
  • in teacher actions?
  • in student actions?

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m2 clear learning targets
M2: Clear Learning Targets

Understand the benefits of clear learning targets.

Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to the teacher.

Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to students.

  • Section 1 Activity 1: What Leaders, Teachers, Coaches, and Students Say About Clear Learning Targets (HO, p.3)
    • Work in pairs to discuss, select an answer, and record your reason for your choice.
  • Review Learning Target Types (Download C).
  • Learning Target Types Activity M2, p. 22.
  • Section 1 Activity 2: Critiquing Deconstructed Standards (HO, p. 5)
  • Review Deconstructed Reading Standard (Download D).

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M2: Clear Learning Targets

Understand the benefits of clear learning targets.

Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to the teacher.

Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to students.

  • Review Benefits of Clear Learning Targets (Download B)
  • Section 1 Activity 2: Sharing and Ensuring Students Understand Learning Targets (HO, p. 6)
    • Read scenario.
    • Discuss how teacher or team ensures students understand the learning target.
    • What strategies to make learning targets clear to students have you seen in classrooms in your school/district?

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Are the learning

targets made clear? How?

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Leading Formative Instructional Practices Learning Targets
  • Reflect and record evidence of your progress toward the learning targets you set for this session.
  • What changes would you like to see
  • in teacher actions?
  • in student actions?

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m3 collecting and documenting evidence of student learning
M3: Collecting and Documenting Evidence of Student Learning
  • Design Elements and Assessment Types, M3 p. 9.
    • What are the assessment design elements?
    • What are the methodology assessment types?
    • Review key terms p. 1 of Module Overview.
  • Section 1 Activity 2: Test Blueprint Exercise (HO p.5-7)
    • M3, p24 blueprint example.
    • Work with table group to complete target type and assessment method.
  • Read Audit an Assessment for Clear Learning Targets (Download C). Discuss if teachers in your school/system have a similar process.

Know how to collect accurate formative evidence of learning.

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Blueprint Example, M3, p. 24

View Test Specification Chart

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M3: Collecting and Documenting Evidence of Student Learning

Know how to document formative evidence of student learning.

  • Review Formative and Summative Data Recorded Together (Download D).
    • How do your teachers document student evidence?
    • Do your teachers follow any of the suggested record-keeping guidelines?

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m3 documenting evidence
M3 Documenting Evidence

M3. p. 41.

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Leading Formative Instructional Practices Learning Targets
  • Reflect and record evidence of your progress toward the learning targets you set for this session.
  • What changes would you like to see
  • in teacher actions?
  • in student actions?

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resources at gadoe
Resources at GaDOE

How to Access

User’s Guide

http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Assessment/Pages/GeorgiaFIP.aspx

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Resources at FIP Portal

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resources
Resources

Chappuis, Jan. Seven Strategies for Assessment for Learning.

Stiggins, Rick. Classroom Assessment for Student Learning.

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Leading Formative Instructional Practices Learning Targets
  • Begin a District and School Plan for Implementation of Formative Instructional Practices.
  • Refer to District and School Implementation of Formative Instructional Practices (FIP) Professional Learning.
  • Refer to Assessment for Learning, the Achievement Gap, and Truly Effective Schools.
  • How do you connect the dots…LKES, TKES, SLO…?
  • Brainstorm and list next steps.

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reflect on your thinking about formative instructional practices
Reflect on your thinking about formative instructional practices.
  • I used to think…
  • But now I think…

What are your goals for assessment literacy and implementation of formative instructional practices in your system/school?

What support do you need to meet your goals?

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research base
Research Base
  • Chappuis, Jan. Seven Strategies for Assessment for Learning.
  • DuFour, Richard. Leaders of Learning.
  • Marzano, Robert. School Leadership That Works.
  • Moss, Connie M. Knowing Your Learning Target.
  • Schmoker, Mike. Results Now.
  • Stiggins, Rick. Classroom Assessment for Student Learning.

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