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UnderstandingFormative AssessmentKentucky Department of Education Learning GoalsParticipants will understand .
The key elements of the formativeassessment process The role of students in formativeassessment Aspects of classroom culture and.
climate that can support formativeassessment 2 Success CriteriaParticipants will be able to Identify elements of the formative.
assessment process in a classroom Identify opportunities to improveclassroom culture and climate tosupport formative assessment The Cycle of Formative.
Assessment Assessment Cycles andLevels of InformationAssessmen Grain Immediacy oft Type Size Actionable Information.
Formative Small Minute by minute Immediately informsday by day teaching and learningDiagnostic Small As needed Immediately informsteaching and learningInterim Medium Intervals Supports future planning.
throughout theSummative Large End of learning Informs decisions at theperiods often the programmatic levelend of the year Cycle of Assessment.
Formative Assessment A DefinitionFormative assessment is a planned ongoingprocess used by all students and teachersduring learning and teaching to elicit and use.
evidence of student learning to improvestudent understanding of intendeddisciplinary learning outcomes and supportstudents to become self directed learners CCSSO 2018 .
Key FormativeAssessment PracticesEffective use of the formative assessment processrequires students and teachers to integrate andembed the following practices in a collaborative.
and respectful classroom environment Clarifying learning goals and success criteria within abroader progression of learning Eliciting and analyzing evidence of student thinking Engaging in self assessment and peer feedback.
Providing actionable feedback Using evidence and feedback to move learning CCSSO 2018 Cycle of FormativeAssessment.
Learning Elicit Evidence Interpret Act onExpectations Strategy Evidence Evidence Learning goals Anticipate Peer and self Actionable Success criteria responses assessment feedback Learning Embed in teaching Individuals and Using evidence.
progressions and learning patterns and feedback tomove learning Formative AssessmentProcess is NOT Something new.
A test tool product or strategy A one time event Used to generate a grade or score Just good teaching Market Is Booming for Digital.
Formative AssessmentsSchools are expected to spendnearly 1 6 billion this year onclassroom assessment tools Molnar M 2017 May 24 .
https www edweek org ew articl... g for digital formative assess... When is it formativeassessment Venn Entrance Think .
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Optional ExtensionSpirit of Letter ofFormative FormativeAssessment Assessment Essential Conditions for.
Formative Assessment Student OwnershipWhere am I Where am I How can Inow going close the What is student.
ownership Fundamentals of LearningParticipating Making Meaning Contributing Managing LearningThinking critically Taking personal.
Engaging with otherscreatively and responsibility forin learningmetacognitively learningCommunicating.
Connecting priorideas feelings Adapting learningknowledge to newperspectives and tacticsunderstanding.
Relating to otherUsing language peoples ideas Persevering withsymbols and texts feelings and challengesexperiencesHeritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning Los Angeles .
University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards and Student 16Testing CRESST Making MeaningWhat do students do Ask questions of themselves the teacher and.
Take time to think Tackle real and interesting problems anddevise solutions Reason and justify thoughts Draw on personal knowledge and experience.
Heritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning LosAngeles University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards and Student Testing CRESST Participating andContributing 1 .
What do students do Take an active role in the learning processes Give thoughtful extended answers Contribute to and benefit from the learning of others Discuss and explore ideas.
Gain insights from others similarities and differences Participating andContributing 2 What do students do Work in groups of different sizes and compositions and.
with various individuals Cooperate and take the lead as appropriate in groups Feel able to make suggestionsHeritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning LosAngeles University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards .
and Student Testing CRESST Managing LearningWhat do students do Show interest in their learning Demonstrate perseverance in learning.
Reflect on their own learning Show confidence in learning Be resourceful about learning Take risks Learn from mistakes.
Set goalsHeritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning LosAngeles University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards andStudent Testing CRESST Why does culture and.
climate matter Culture Climate A community s norms How members of avalues beliefs and community experiencetraditions the culture.
Signals what isimportant How we feel and How we do thingsStolp Smith 1995 21 Classroom Culture and.
Learning 1 Making Meaning Manage Learning Focus on learning Embrace flexibility Generate inquiry Support reflectionand new ideas.
Heritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning LosAngeles University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards and Classroom Culture andLearning 2 Participating and Contributing.
Feel like a place where students have a say Encourage questions contributions suggestions and learning from mistakes and Enable risk taking Value every students contribution.
Heritage M Jones B Tobiason G Chang S Herman J 2015 Fundamentals of learning LosAngeles University of California Los Angeles National Center for Research on Evaluation Standards andStudent Testing CRESST Formative Assessment in Video Observation.
https www ket org program sena... assessment in 3rd grade math j... Video ReflectionWhat formative assessment practices didyou observe in this video .
What did you observe students doing thatreflect the Fundamentals of Learning In what ways does this classroom culturesupport formative assessment What ideas did you get about your own.
Module ReflectionWhat ideas do you have for building aclassroom culture that supportsformative assessment in a remotelearning environment .
What is one thing you are reflecting onregarding your own practice Establishing learning goals and success criteria is an essential entry point for the formative assessment process. Learning goals describe what students will learn in a learning period (like a lesson or unit) and success criteria describe what specifically students will do to demonstrate that they have met the learning goals.

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