Student Work Protocol

Student Work Protocol - nlm 10/09 Protocol for Looking...

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nlm 10/09 Protocol for Looking Together at One Student’s Work* *  adapted from The Collaborative Assessment Conference  developed by Steve Seidel and  Project Zero at Harvard University. Purpose: To engage teachers in examining student work as a means for understanding student learning, and planning instruction to meet individual student learning needs. The Protocol engages teachers in examining the strengths and learning needs of an individual student. 1. The teacher sets the context (what were the circumstances under which the student did this work), but does not tell what the instructional objective was for any lesson. (2 minutes) 2. Each person examines the student work silently, taking notes on what is revealed in the work about the student as a learner (what s/he knows and can do). Also, write down questions about the student work, the context of the assignments related to the work sample, or anything else you are curious about.
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