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Assessing with the End in Mind
Creating Assessments that Inform Intervention/Extension

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Forms, Templates, Guidelines

So we all know how to give formative assessments, right? But what do you do with your results? In this PD, we'll engage with various strategies for responding to formative assessment results, with focus on two strategies in particular:

  1. "Formative Self-Check," which invites students to evaluate their own progress.
  2. "Desk Experts," which ensures that struggling learners make progress in objectives which they haven't yet mastered. (Emphasis on the word "yet"!)

As a participant, you'll have the opportunity to reflect on your current practices and share your strategies. You'll even be able to analyze/revise one of your own assessments to take an improved version back to your classroom. So we all know how to give formative assessments, right? But what do you do with your results? In this PD, we'll engage with various strategies for responding to formative assessment results, with focus on a strategy called, "Desk Experts," in which students are

Ann Nguyen, Jeffrey Zivkovic, and Katherine Wittig

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