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Standards-based assessment and Instruction

Comprehensive Packages

Design a professional development plan that will provide district-wide support of standards-based assessment and instruction. Through a series of workshops, geared for audiences at all leadership levels, districts can achieve system-wide success through shared vision and common goals.

  • Provide professional development for all grade levels during the school year
  • Provide professional development for teachers, curriculum coordinators and administrators–
    implement a system-wide effort to improve student performance
  • Provide professional development to create assessments and benchmarks aligned to state and district standards, curriculum programs, and determine how to look at the data collected

Sample School-Year Packages for Teachers, Leaders and Administrators

Two Days: Training for Teachers

Apprentice-Level Training: ABCs of Standards-Based Assessment and Instruction

Two Days: Grade-Level Modeling

Classroom Modeling in the Standards-Based Classroom

Two Days: Follow-Up Training for Teachers

Practitioner-Level Training: Assessing Student Performance and Using Results to Improve Performance

Two Days: Training for Math Coaches and Mentors

Developing Leadership Capacity

One Day: Training for School Leaders and Administrators

Supporting your teachers and staff with standards-based performance assessment and instruction

Two Days: Next Step Training

Developing an Action Plan—Where are we going?

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The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union (SVSU) in Bennington was trying to help its local community gain a better understanding of what students need to demonstrate in order to be successful on their math assessments. One of the most difficult sections of the exam is problem solving. Here, students are not only expected to determine the correct strategy, but also to explain their answers in writing, using math language and representation. For four years SVSU has used Exemplars as a curriculum tool in teaching its students how to solve these types of problems...

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