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HOPE Reflection - P3

P3 – Practice standards-based assessment. Teacher candidates use standards-based assessment that is systematically analyzed using multiple formative, summative, and self-assessment strategies to monitor and improve instruction. 585 more words

P - Practice Effective Teaching

Bloggary #5: Writing Workshop for Math

Daniels, Zemelman and Steineke (2007) suggest teachers implement a writing workshop in classes providing critical feedback for emerging writers. Writing in a math class may seem foreign to an outsider, but writing can help students articulate their mathematical understanding. 517 more words

EDU 6530: Reading And Writing In Content Areas

Need a Cross-Linked Standards Database, And Crowdsourced

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have a representation of the standards that is very technology friendly.  Which got me thinking…

On any given day, I’m writing a lesson that is touching on the following Standards: 362 more words

E1 Exemplify Professionally-informed, Growth-centered Practice.

Standards-Based Assessment: Observation

[1] The HOPE standard P3: Practice standards based assessment refers to utilizing assessments that are formative, summative, and self-monitoring in order to inform and improve instruction. 262 more words

P3 – Practice Standards-based Assessment.

P3-Practice Standards Based Assessment

P3 Practice Standards based assessment Teacher candidates use standards-based assessment that is systematically analyzed using multiple formative, summative and self-assessment strategies to monitor and improve instruction… 530 more words

Assessment

Writing Rubric

Teacher H pointed to the huge piece of white paper that hung on the wall. Divided into two columns with the headings re- and un- written at the top, the third graders were constructing a poster of words that began with the respective prefixes. 645 more words

Rubric

An Excel Spreadsheet That Generates Randomized Chemistry Questions

Last year I fell in love with the “Infinite Algebra/Geometry/etc.” series of programs from KUTA Software.  If you haven’t seen them, they basically delineate a topic of study into regimes of problems that can be randomized.  Once you have randomized questions you can generate multiple versions of quizzes and stymie those in your classroom that are doing “unsanctioned collaboration” during assessments. 114 more words

.O2 Offer Appropriate Challenge In The Content Area.