Evaluation and Reporting
Reporting progress and growth in relation to curriculum goals, standards, outcomes, and expectations involves professional judgment. Educators learn to exercise professional judgment by studying collections of student evidence, co-constructing criteria, creating scoring guides, scoring student work together, and checking for inter-rater reliability. Research shows that teachers’ professional judgment is more reliable and valid than external tests when they have been involved in these kinds of activities. In this session, six principles of evaluation will be shared with practical accounts of ways teachers are
evaluating student work and reporting the learning to others.
Choose one, two, three, or all four of these sessions.
In every session, participants will…
• Consider the challenge of making solid professional judgments, engaging in
evaluation, and reporting to parents
• View classroom video footage and hear student voices
• Learn practical and possible ways to involve all learners in the assessment process
• Make connections by engaging in reflection and group dialogue
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