Teacher Work Sample-Briody

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Teacher Work Sample Dr. Jennifer Briody
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What are Teacher Work  Samples? TWS are exhibits of teaching performance that provide direct evidence of your  ability to  (1) design and implement standards- based instruction;   (2) assess student learning; and   (3) reflect on the teaching-learning  process
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The TWS is designed as a  strategy to achieve a  fundamental paradigm shift- from a focus on teaching  to a focus on  student learning
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7 Performance Standards Selecting learning goals Designing assessments Planning instruction Making instructional decisions Measuring and reporting student progress Reflecting/evaluating teaching performance Reflecting/evaluating student learning
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7 Components Contextual Factors Learning Goals Assessment Design for instruction Instructional decision making Analysis of student learning Self-evaluation and reflection
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Contextual Factors Use information about the learning- teaching context and student individual 
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Unformatted text preview: differences to set learning goals and plan instruction Learning Goals Sets significant, challenging, varied, and appropriate learning goals Assessment Plan Uses multiple assessment modes and approaches aligned with the learning goals to assess student learning student learning before, during and after instruction Design for Instruction Designs instructions for specific learning goals, student characteristics and needs, and learning contexts Instructional Decision Making Uses on-going analysis of student learning to make instructional decisions Analysis of Student Learning Uses achievement data to profile student learning and communicate information about student progress and achievement Reflection & Self-evaluation Reflects on own instruction and student learning in order to improve teaching practice...
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