Self & Peer Assessment: . Getting Your Students into the Act!. ARE YOU . . . . Discouraged by end-of-year scores? Down-trodden by horrible report card grades? Tired of working harder than your apathetic students? Pulling your hair out, knowing there must be a better way?
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“Our students draw life-shaping conclusions about themselves as learners on the basis of the information we provide to them as a result of their teachers’ classroom assessments
We must provide a means for low-achieving low-confidence students to “experience credible forms of academic success.” Then they gain confidence and a perpetual cycle of achievement and success is formed.
(Chappius & Stiggins, 2005)
(Assessment for Learning, Curriculum Corporation, n.d.)
“Student involvement in assessment doesn’t mean that students control decisions regarding what will or won’t be learned or tested. It doesn’t mean that they assign their own grades. Instead, student involvement means that students learn to use assessment information to manage their own learning.”
(Noonan & Duncan, 2005)
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8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Lunch provided from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Bring your doubts, curiosity, & love for learning! That’s all you’ll need!