Unbiased & Accessible Assessment Methods
Teachers, Curriculum Coordinators, School/District Administration
These video segments provide support for teachers and administrators as they transition to the Common Core State Standards and develop balanced assessment systems within their district, school, and classrooms. These materials will help define and clarify how assessments can unintentionally be biased or inaccessible to all students.
Suggested Use for these Segments:
The contents of these segments are informational. This information can be used to help classroom teachers create assessments that are unbiased and accessible to all students. It can also be used to help administrators create a balanced assessment system that is also unbiased and accessible to all students.
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- Formative Assessment Instructional Practices (8:10)
- The Feedback Loop (10:25)
- Prompting - Getting Feedback from the Learner (2:52)
- Task Prompts (1:57)
- Process Prompts (2:13)
- Self-Regulation Prompts (2:51)
- Quality Objective Feedback (1:29)
- Feedback - The Power of Peers (2:30)
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