Summative Assessment Results In the Secondary Classroom: Organize & Revisit

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Are you looking for an effective way to organize and revisit Summative Assessments Results?

¡Para Aquí!

Organizing and Presenting Assessment Results provides BOTH in a visually appealing, scaffolded lesson perfect for providing the structure students need to analyze data to improve their own learning and not just look for a grade on a test that you give back.

This resource is appropriate for Homeschool and Classroom settings and can be used as is or is easily adaptable across the curriculum in secondary levels.

THE PERSPECTIVE: As a teacher, you plan meaningful and differentiated lessons, you employ best practices, you assess formative assessments, you re-teach problematic concepts, you plan, give and grade summative assessments, and then . . . it’s all over in a matter of minutes because students are only interested in the grade they “got”

THE PRACTICE: Make handing back exams a structured, engaging and practical activity by mostly focusing of what students were able to master and creating space to revisit what was misunderstood.

THE PRODUCT: The resources included in Organizing and Presenting Assessment Results provide the necessary tools to help students understand what their proficiency level is for a given objective, what the class and individuals mastered and where there is still work to be done.

This is by far the most engaging technique to get students to focus on the concepts mastered and formulate a plan to improve rather than just their final score

Organizing and Presenting Assessment Results encased as a zip file containing 4 artifacts, has been formatted as a .pdf, and google slides for format integrity and EDITING as you wish and includes the following:

• Two versions to share the product with the students for the Techie teacher and those emerging.

• A note-taking document as you grade the exam.

• A sample of a document from our classrooms that has been filled in for a Spanish I Summative Assessment of possessive adjectives, comparative and household chores.

• An Exit Slip for the students to reflect which Best Practices helped their learning.

• A graph to be printed and/or shared digitally with the students to graph their progress in their Summative Assessments.

Uses for incorporating this product into your classroom seamlessly:

• Share through Google Classroom or similar platform

• Independent reflection

• Whole class instruction allowing students to contribute in real-time

We hope you and your students find this products practical as we do in our classrooms!.

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