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Assessing Student Learning

Student

Conclusions
about Learning

Evidence from
Assessment

Lilly p. 2

Lilly
understood
what I was
asking
completely. She
is the only one
who made the
jump
completely to
creating a float
reflecting her
own family
traditions.
Lei, while
understanding
what I asked,
seemed to make
a connection
between
parades, not the
abstract of
creating his
own float based
on these
traditions.
Josie definitely
made the
connection of
creating her
own float based
on her own
traditions,
traditions based
on Christmas.

My conclusion
of Lilly’s
learning come
from her
written piece in
which she
discusses her
families
alternative
Thanksgiving
dinner.

I think Lilly
could have
challenged
more. She
could have
written much
more than the
page I asked.

This conclusion
comes from
Lei’s writing
and drawing, in
which he
speaks directly
of the Chinese
New Year
parade and
dragons.

I think Lei is
one of the
students who
would have
benefitted most
from a turn and
talk – the
opportunity to
discuss his
ideas.

This evidence
stems from
Josie’s writing
“my flowt was
bast on
christmase
eve.” Her float
is of a
Christmas tree
and clearly has
figures drawn,
holding down
the float by its
ropes.

Josie was one
of the students I
had to meet
with
independently
in the group of
four or five.
She really
struggled to
begin writing. I
think she, like
Lei, would have
benefitted from
a turn and talk
– a moment of
discussion, to

Lei p. 7

Josie p. 20

Evidence from
written
feedback

What I would
do differently

verbalize what
she was going
to write.