5 Strategies of Formative AssessmentWe willDevelop a deeper understanding of and Plan to implement strategies of formative assessment
Where Am I?Self-AssessmentTake a few minutes to analyze your current formative assessment practices.
PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR GOT ITS
Got ItGetting thereNot yet3Visible LearningThis is not a step-by-step program but about a series of strategies and mindframes that will make an impact.
Effect size of 0.4 is a typical years growth. Anything above 0.4 will yield 1+ years growth!Success all around us.This research tells us which strategies will result in higher learning yields.4What does the research say?6. Teacher clarity*7. Feedback*8. Reciprocal teaching*9. Teacher-student relationships fostered*10. Spaced vs. mass practice
Student self-assessment/self-grading*Response to intervention*Teacher credibility*Providing formative assessments*Classroom discussion*1.4188.8.131.52Hatties Visible Learning Research
Grant Wiggins blog: Here is the rank-ordered list of the top effect sizes, with a half-dozen removed by me because they either refer to programs unknown outside of Australia & New Zealand Hatties home base or they refer to sub-sets of students (e.g. the learning disabled) (I have also starred the factors that have an effect size of .7 or greater since these are significant gains):5Classroom Assessment:Minute by Minute and Day by DayRead the article.Complete the organizer, It Says, I SayEach page serves as a section.
It Says, So I SayCall on some groups to share their I Say statements.6Five Strategies of Formative Assessment
Teacher Actions that Elicit the 5 Strategies
8Give One - Get OneBrainstorm Formative Assessment Classroom Techniques that would fall into each of the 5 strategies. List them on the Connection to PGES sheetTake turns so that each table member shares one technique.Be prepared to share whole group.9Next Generation Science Assessment System: Classroom to StateHighlight how the information from this Formative Assessment session is embedded into our new assessment system.
Give them time to ask questions and discuss.10Where Am I? Where Am I Going?TARGET8:45 amAfter Session2:45 pm Reach consensus on the intent of KCAS Science *By exploring the necessity of scientific argument in the K-12 classroom.*By working with peers.Develop a deeper understanding of and Plan to implement strategies of formative assessment. Analyze an assessment task to determine if it will provide an opportunity for students to produce defensible evidence of intended learning.Build capacity in myself as a teacher leader and in others in my school and district.
Got ItGetting thereNot yetSelf-assess at the end of the session.
Remind them that this gets into Strategy 1 and 411