Drowning in Data? outlines best practices for ongoing assessment that help you both plan instruction for your students and determine how much and how well they are learning. Mary Shea, Rosemary Murray, and Rebecca Harlin offer an overarching framework for assessment as well as a specific implementation plan. CARP (Collect, Analyze, Report, Plan) is a clear, concise assessment system that frames the goals and objectives of assessment, while TWIN is a specific portfolio-based means to show evidence of Thinking, Work samples, In-the-classroom benchmarks, and Norm-referenced or other standardized achievement testing. Together, CARP and TWIN simplify assessment by breaking it down into manageable chunks, while, at the same time, making information readily available to plan your teaching or substantiate student achievement.FIGURE 5-5 Brendona#39;s Retelling Rubric Date 1/12 Date 5/23 FIGURE 5-6 Continued ... Comprehension Elements Score of 4 Score of 3 Score of 2 Score of 1 Story Grammar Without Without With prompting, ... reader identifies type of fictional selection he read (e.g., fairy tale, fantasy, With excessive prompting, reader identifies type of fictional selection (e.g., fairy tale, fantasy, mystery, historical fiction).
|Title||:||Drowning in Data?|
|Author||:||Mary E. Shea, Rosemary Murray, Rebecca Harlin|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann Educational Books - 2005|