Topic 8 – Professional Learning Support Collection
Thank you for choosing to support your colleagues’ learning using these powerful videos. This topic is selected with you and these times in mind. Select the video link(s) you have chosen and view at your pleasure. Remember that the introductory sessions are deliberately repeated for all viewers so as to support alignment across schools and districts. For both individual and group or team viewing, there are suggestions for after-viewing learning and processing embedded in each video chunk. Also, for those of you planning for professional learning workshops, PLCs, faculty meetings and so on, there are Conversation Guides available to support you as you use these resources with others. Call us for more information at 1 800 603 9888 within North America or 250 703 2920 for international callers.
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Planning Reliable and Valid Evidence
Informed professional judgment is more possible when teachers collect evidence from multiple sources – observations, products, and conversations over time. This classroom assessment process is informed through social sciences research methods. It is a process called triangulation. Collecting reliable and valid evidence of learning informs professional judgment. When we collect the evidence we need along the way, reporting becomes easier.
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Secondary Teachers – 41:53 minutes
Secondary Leaders – 59:27 minutes
Elementary Teachers – 41:03 minutes
Elementary Leaders – 58:37 minutes
In every session, participants will…
• Consider classroom assessment as research
• Review examples of reliable and valid evidence of learning
• Reflect on the learning and make connections by engaging in reflection and
• Leave with practical strategies for deepening work with learners
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