Check out this storify account of the #NCTEchat Scott Filkins (@scottfilkins) and Zanetta Robinson (@ZanettaRobinson) hosted Sunday February 15. This lively chat explored the question: How should literacy learning be assessed?
These were the questions used in the chat and the resources that were shared for each:
Q1: What comes to mind when you hear the phrase assessment of literacy learning? #nctechat
Assessment Informs Instruction http://ow.ly/J57rA
Q2: What’s your favorite formative assessment strategy and why? #nctechat
Fifty-six formative assessment techniques http://ow.ly/IL40f
Q3: How do you involve students in their own assessment and growth? #nctechat
- Promoting Student Self-Assessment http://ow.ly/J58BE
- Fostering High-Quality Formative Assessment http://ow.ly/J5Svd
- Assessing Student Interests and Strengths http://ow.ly/J58ux
Q4: How do formative and summative assessment work together in your classroom? #nctechat
- Assessment Glossary http://ow.ly/J5TjR
- The Relationship of Formative and Summative Assessment http://ow.ly/J5TJ7
Q5 What changes in practice has purposeful formative assessment helped you to make? #nctechat
- Linking Instruction with Assessment http://ow.ly/J58K5
- What Teachers Are Saying About Formative Assessment and Professional Learning http://ow.ly/J5SUC
- Differentiating the Reading Experience for Students http://ow.ly/J57Ra
Q6: How does your school involve the broader community in decisions about school-based assessment? #nctechat
Assessment Standard on stakeholder involvement http://ow.ly/J5SCq
Q7 In one tweet, what do policy makers need to know about assessment that supports equitable education?
Curious about these questions and resources? Take our assessment survey!