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chpt 6_9

chpt 6_9

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Published by: Andrea Barroso on Jun 16, 2011
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Andrea BarrosoChapters 6 and 9ReflectionED 604The first assessment strategy I would use, and I actually do use in my classroom isPerformance Assessments. I especially use a task analysis during performanceassessments. It allows me to break up the task into smaller parts, allowing the student tomaster each part before moving on, then continuing. The criteria for mastery are usuallythe same across all assessments, depending on the student. I also use powerful reinforcersto motivate my students in completing the task.The second assessment strategy I would use is a rubric. Rubrics allow me to setexpectations of my students. They will also know what grade they will get with theamount or work they put in. I can post it up in my classroom to allow my students to refer to it whenever they need to.When working with parents, I use a lot of these strategies. I have acommunication system with my parents in which we have notebooks for each of mystudents, which allow me to write a note home about their day. I include programs theyworked on, what they had for lunch, and their overall behavior. Parents are also able towrite back for whatever reason (i.e. didn't get a good night's sleep, might be cranky or didn't eat breakfast, please give him some cheerio's). I also send home certificates if theymastered a certain program.We also have parent teacher conferences twice a school year. It allows me to talk to the parents about their progress and behavior. I always start with the good news andcontinue from there. Another thing we have at my school, which is unique from other schools, is parent trainings/observations. Once a month parents are allowed to come in to

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