DF.3.pdf - Week 3 Discussion Prompts for Special Ed Group For this week I hope that you really are able to have a conversation with the other people in

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Week 3 Discussion Prompts for Special Ed Group: For this week, I hope that you really are able to have a conversation with the other people in your group. Remember that you may not all agree on every point. That is perfectly okay, you are working your way to what will work for you and your own style as a teacher. Just remember to be respectful in your discussion. Also, since each group is receiving more than one rubric, make sure to use the title of the rubric in your response so that everyone will be on the same page about what you are talking about. FYI: I don’t necessarily like all of these myself; these rubrics are not necessarily models, they just provide an opening for our discussion. 1. Look at the set of rubrics provided for your group. As you look across the group of rubrics, what are some features that you really like about the rubrics and might want to incorporate into rubrics that you create in your own classroom (or for your CBA)? Why are these features appealing to you? What are some features that you don’t like, and wouldn’t include? Why? How do the examples for your group match with what you read in the book about effective rubrics? (Do not discuss the 5th grade writing rubric that is the last one in your set in this question, stick to the other 3 provided) a. When beginning to look through the rubrics I immediately noticed that the first rubric is set up to sample of an IEP goal. This is meant to track when a student reaches a particular goal and how they continue to grow from the first goal. This
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