Performance Assessment Assurances: Next Steps for Leading Deeper Learning in Virginia Day 2: Opening May 7-8, 2018 @Fredericksburg May 10-11, 2018 @Staunton June 4-5, 2018 @South Boston
June 7-8, 2018 @Abingdon The Why Student Voices Aiden Elementary student from Henry County, VA Listen to Aiden Welcome Back!
Learning Outcomes for Today Develop an understanding of Virginia Common Rubrics in secondary history and third grade science by applying them to scoring student work Experience a scoring process that could be used with educators in local divisions
Learn about the concept of a body of evidence in English writing Body of Evidence Kim Dockery, Christine Harris Virginia DOE Introduction to Common Rubrics Envision Learning Partners
WHAT ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCORING SYSTEMS? Checklists Point scoring systems Scoring Rubrics Holistic Rubric Example LITERACY DESIGN COLLABORATIVE PERSUASIVE WRITING RUBRIC (VERSION 1)
See Day 2_Holistic Rubric Example COMMON ANALYTIC RUBRIC: LITERACY DESIGN COLLABORATIVE ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING RUBRIC (VERSION 2) See Day 2_Analytic Rubric Example LEARNING CENTERED DESIGN Analytic rubrics provide specific feedback to
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Listen to Student discussing rubrics (from CCE) COMMON RUBRICS DISCIPLINARY TASK GENRES EXAMPLES ELA: Argumentative writing, Explanatory writing, Narrative writing, Research Science: Investigation, Design, Research
Mathematics: Modeling, Problem Solving History-Social Studies: Document-Based Questions, Research, Application of Concept Common Rubrics Other Task Genres COMMON RUBRICS, NOT TASK SPECIFIC
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Kanban at NCS: Vanguard Workbench* The problems: Releases were often delayed. Requirements weren't clear. Uncertainty about what SCs really needed or wanted in the tool *Vanguard Workbench is a tool developed by S-3 for use by Study Centers to view...
Make a playdough heart. Blue playdough = deoxygenated side of heart and vessels. Red playdough = oxygenated side of heart and vessels. Use . other colours . for valves and connective tissues. Label parts on desk using white board markers
PAI786, Class 16: Welfare Programs and Policy . Work Incentives . One of the conceptual issues at the heart of the debate about welfare policy is that of work incentives. Some welfare programs create financial incentives that discourage work. This...
Moser et . al, 2014) M&I in . History. Coming to much more recent times, Moser et al. (2014) have estimated the long-run effect of the fled to the US of Jewish chemists from Nazi Germany. In order to do...
The Portfolio is a reflection of your Transition Year and your participation within that year. Any piece of work, event attended, work completed etc.. place into your Portfolio. Your report on your 5 novels MUST be included. The Portfolios will...
Is their a "secret" of Coop Academy to facilitante learning, to overcome resistance or concerns? (We looked into some concepts associated with strategy: competency and strategic advantage) Best practices of the Ukrainian Coop Academy. As an Academy:
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