Learning in the 21 st Century: Transforming Assessment for Data-Driven Decision Making. Prepared Especially for the Professional Learning Community of the MONTANA EDUCATORS’ INSTITUTE by Dan Mulligan, Ed. D. June 2010. Principle #1: Know the Learner The Mental State of:
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Learning in the 21st Century:
Transforming Assessment for Data-Driven Decision Making
Prepared Especially for the Professional Learning Community of the
MONTANA EDUCATORS’ INSTITUTE
by Dan Mulligan, Ed. D.
The Mental State of:
Montana Educators in June
Discover the value of each of the shapes.
The total weight is 32.
Rules to remember:
The right and left sides of each horizontal beam must balance.
Each shape has a unique and consistent weight within the puzzle and no shapes weigh zero.
There are no ‘useless’ clues.
All weights are either one- or two-digit, positive whole numbers.
A piece hanging below the fulcrum does not affect the balance between the left and right arms. Although this piece has its own definite weight.
Size of pieces has no relation to weight.
- 2 =
Structure BL #2
that includes differentiation
As the United States continues to compete in a global economy that demands innovation, the U.S. education system must equip students with the four Cs:
1. critical thinking and problem solving,
"For as long as assessment is viewed as something we do ’after’ teaching and learning are over, we will fail to greatly improve student performance, regardless of how well or how poorly students are currently taught or motivated."
Grant Wiggins, 1998
Learning is a process … not an event!
to Each STUDENT UNDERSTANDING
TALLEST STRUCTURE IS