Day 2 PM: Designing Learning Targets to Develop Assessment Capable Students

In these preview activities, you will develop some foundational knowledge about Designing Learning Targets to Develop Assessment Capable Students. This will allow you to become familiar with new terms and academic vocabulary so you can participate more fully in the live presentations. You will easily be able to review all of the activities in a short amount of time building your knowledge of the topics as you go. Thank you for your thoughtful preparation for this workshop.

Early Start Activity #1 - Video (3 minutes)

What do you already know about feedback?  Watch Professor Dylan Wiliam discuss Feedback on Learning at 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4vA2quoYio


Extended Learning Activity #1

Review the image below which illustrates John Hattie’s four levels of feedback.

Feedback and Reflection graphic. Has a funnel at the top labeled, "Each feedback question works at four levels:" Below the four levels are listed: 1. Task Level - How well tasks are understood/performed; 2. Process Level - The process needed to understand/perform tasks; 3. Self-regulation Level - Self-monitoring, directing, and regulating of actions; and 4. Self Level - Personal evaluations and effect (usually positive on the learner.

Feedback and Reflection graphic. Has a funnel at the top labeled, "Each feedback question works at four levels:" Below the four levels are listed: 1. Task Level - How well tasks are understood/performed; 2. Process Level - The process needed to understand/perform tasks; 3. Self-regulation Level - Self-monitoring, directing, and regulating of actions; and 4. Self Level - Personal evaluations and effect (usually positive on the learner.

-How does formative assessment inform our teaching practices?

Extended Learning Activity #2

Now complete a survey about the Four Levels of Feedback at http://goo.gl/forms/9k3p43yopl