Peer Review Workshop #2

Workshop 2


I. Welcome and Introductions

II. Reviewing and completing Sections 1 and 4 (begun during workshop 1)

III. Aligning the Assessment Plan (Section 2) and Student Work (Section 3) sections

Tips for Collecting Student Work Samples:

IV. Hands-On: Designing Rubrics and other assessments

Kathy Schrock’s Rubrics Site:
One of the best websites out there for finding rubrics for your classroom

- This site has a collection of pre-made rubrics that can be quickly and easily generated

- This site offers more flexibility for educators interested in developing their own rubrics

EXTRA: Project checklists:

V. Tackling Sections 4 - 7

Compare and evaluate the various sections below.

Section 4: Procedure

Chocolate Fever example:

Wildflowers example:

Stock Market Project example:

Section 5: Resources

Day and Night example:

We Didn't Start The Fire example:

Section 6: Instructional/Environmental Modifications

Cooperative Reading and Translating example:

Panama, the Kuna Indians and Their Molas example:

Links for further study:

Online Resources for ESL students:

Ed By Learning Disabilities page:

Download a list of modifications you can make by clicking here.

Section 7: Time Required

Roman Coins example:

Advertising and Healthy Decisions example:

VI. Meeting wrap up/next meeting

>> Click here to take the workshop evaluation

Prior to Next Time:

  • Comment on the student work using the rubrics created today
  • Scan as much of the student work that has been commented on so far
  • Wrap up the project and celebrate student learning
  • Collect all student permission slips

For Next Time:

  • Bring paper and digital copies of student work
  • Bring copies of any handouts you have used for the project

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