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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Formative assessments in a professional learning community.
Larchmont, NY : Eye On Education, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Todd Stanley; Betsy Moore
|ISBN:||9781614421412 1614421412 1283524651 9781283524650|
|Description:||1 online resource (vi, 153,  pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Introduction: Why Use Short-Cycle Assessments in a Professional Learning Community? 1. Why Work in a Professional Learning Community (PLC)? What is a PLC? Advantages to Working in a PLC Disadvantages to Working in a PLC Different Types of PLCs 2. How to Work Effectively in a Group Creating a Good Group Environment Using Norms All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy Group Building Activities Cancer in the Clubhouse Good Meetings vs. Bad Meetings 3. Starting the SCORE Process What Does Everyone Know? Understanding the Standards Identifying the Level of the Standards According to Bloom's Coding the Test 4. Aligning the Curriculum Figuring Your Pacing Chart Types of Pacing Charts Identifying Power Standards Skills Needed for Success in the Area More... 5. Writing Assessments Design Assessments to Standards How to Work as a Group on Short-Cycle Assessments The Format of the Questions How to Write the Questions More... 6. Administering and Grading the Assessments Administering the Assessment Creating the Proper Environment Creating the Answer Key Anchoring 7. Data Analysis Looking at the Results Organizing the Data Why Analyze as a PLC Group? Leaving Your Ego at the Door More... 8. Adjustments in the Classroom Data-Based Instructional Adjustments How to Use the Data to Make Adjustments Grouping of Students Chances for Collaboration 9. Keeping Up With Collaboration Revising the Process Revisiting Assessments Celebrate Your Success Classroom Visits More... Epilogue BluePrints for the Process References|
|Responsibility:||Todd Stanley, Betsy Moore.|