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  1. What are some instructional strategies that support inquiry?

  2. During inquiry lessons, what are some ways to tell when your students are“Getting to Got It!”?

  3. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie We are at Crossroads Middle School today.

  4. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie Crossroads Middle School serves students in grades 6 – 8.

  5. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie If students ask no questions, you can infer all students are understanding the lesson.

  6. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie Student responses to open ended probing questions that are related to the lesson gives insight into their understanding.

  7. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie During an inquiry lesson, student written claim statements reveal student understanding when the statements are supported by the opinions of 3 fellow classmates.

  8. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie Their grades on summative assessments will reveal student understanding during inquiry.

  9. Stand for the TruthSit for a Lie Evidence gained from formative assessment that is embedded throughout the learning cycle is the best way to determine student learning during inquiry.

  10. What is Formative Assessment? I Think We Think The Research Says…

  11. Formative Assessment Planned Process Ongoing Promotes Learning

  12. Formative Assessment • Teachers use to: • Check for • understanding • Determine next • steps • Students use to: • Self monitor progress

  13. Connection: Formative Assessment, Inquiry, a Learning Cycle

  14. Focus • Assessment Link • How will I determine students’ preconceptions and prior knowledge? Engages and clarifies the ideas that learners have about the topic

  15. Explore • Assessment Link • In what ways will I be able to detect how my students are interacting with the content? • What tools will I use to collect evidence of changes in their understanding? Enables learners to engage in hands-on explorations of the concept to be investigated

  16. Reflect Encourages learners to discuss their observations, reconcile their ideas and assess new learning Assessment Link What opportunities will I provide for my students to reflect and self-assess? How will I use the student reflections and self- assessments?

  17. Apply Helps learners apply their new ideas in new situations Assessment Link What are some ways I will determine my students’ ability to apply concepts and skills in new contexts?

  18. Partners Pair - Pairs Square • Find a Partner • Read and dialogue about “Focus” phase • Each share one formative assessment idea for “Focus” phase • Record each other’s ideas • Continue until all phases are complete • Square with another pair and share strategies

  19. C3 • Connection to prior learning • Commitment to application • Concern that you will research and resolve