WBRA: Connecting Assessment Data to Everyday Instructional Planning
This Web seminar recording includes all audio, video, chat discussion, and actions from the Live presentation.
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The use of formative and summative assessment forms the backbone of an English teacher’s instructional planning. They monitor their students’ progress through oral language, questioning, writing, projects, and testing. In addition, teachers meet to discuss results using common formative assessments that guide future teaching. Presenters Frey and Moore will describe how they use formative and summative assessments to plan meaningful instruction.
During this session, participants will learn:
- Assessment practices that complement classroom instruction
- Considerations when assessing English learners and students with disabilities
- Using a competency model to gauge student progress
- Analyze student work samples to make instructional decisions
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