I’ve got some great news; I’ll be presenting again at ASCD’s Annual Conference! If you’re coming to the ASCD Conference in April 2016, I hope you’ll consider attending my session: Protocols for Using Data in Instructional Learning Cycles. Built around ASCD’s theme, “Learn, Teach, Lead“, this session will provide friendly tools and protocols for working with […]
I want to share a piece I wrote a number of years ago. I love the rubrics designed by the fine folks at Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, but I wanted to unpack the rubrics. By unpacking the rubrics, I can get to data that allows me to see the specific parts of the problem-solving process […]
You’ve likely heard about using data to inform student achievement. You’ve also likely used assessment data from your state tests to try and do that. There are many ways to use data, including the kinds of data you collect in your classroom. This short piece describes how to use data from a rubric to form […]
This three-page handout has an example of a developmental rubric that can be used in kindergarten. Download the pdf of the kindergarten rubric and ideas for its use. You may also want to see my post related to using the data from this rubric to form flexible groups.
One of the things kindergarten teachers like to track is how students are coming along with writing their names. So here is an idea for doing that. What is great about this tracking sheet is that the interventions are built in! I’ve put in a few illustrative examples to show you how to connect interventions and […]
I’ve been working with a few different ways to unpack standards so that they are easily accessbile to teachers. This is a grade-four standard for measurement. Actually, this is PART of the standard for measurement. For this part of the “test”, I’ve focused on just the measurement of length in U.S. customary units. (The part […]