330.000.IN - Evaluation and Reporting

 

It is important to thoughtfully plan the evaluation process that will be used before the reporting period. We evaluate what we value; and we value what we evaluate. In this course, six principles of evaluation will be shared, along with practical examples of ways that teachers and leaders are evaluating and reporting the learning of others.

What are the features of this course?

✔ Designed for educators working in hybrid/blended and remote/online learning environments

✔ It’s focused

✔ It shares key ideas

 Less is more

✔ QUICK - this is learning that won’t take a lot of time. In fact, it can be done in 10 - 15 minute increments

✔ Practical ideas that are immediately applicable

✔ Builds on familiar practices (with minor tweaks)

✔ Clear ways to narrow the curriculum, rethink lesson plans for synchronous and asynchronous learning, as well as scheduling

 It is easily differentiated or personalised by the adult learner

 There are specific ideas for “Taking Action”

 Clear suggestions for processing the learning are included

 Includes a handout of the slides used in the video sequences

 include examples subject area references for Mathematics, Science, Humanities, and more (K-12)

12 comprehensive topics

  1. Engagement and Ownership
  2. Beginning with the End in Mind
  3. Using Samples for Quality and Success
  4. Planning for Reliable and Valid Evidence
  5. Co-constructing Criteria for Success
  6. Success Through Powerful Evidence
  7. Instructional Rubrics for Learning
  8. Self- and Peer Assessment
  9. Goal Setting that Energizes Learning
  10. Collecting Evidence of Learning
  11. Communicating Evidence of Learning
  12. Evaluation and Reporting

*Plus ways to get started and much more.

Schools & Districts

As low as $16 per teacher

Ready to Start?

Give us a call at 1-800-603-9888 or take the first step below.

“I consider the connect2learning team to be the best in the business.”

Marc Champagne, Executive Director,
Commission scolaire Francophone du Yukon