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Beginning Teacher Seminar 2: Assessing Student Learning

This is second in the series of beginning teacher (ongoing orientation) seminars available to districts to support local efforts in meeting PI 34 requirements, which require districts to provide “ongoing orientation” to beginning educators (in their first three years of teaching). Comprehensive induction programs include professional learning within learning communities for beginning teachers guided by research, teaching and content standards, district instructional priorities, and the developmental needs of beginning teachers to advance quality instruction and the learning of every student. (NTC Teacher Induction Program Standards, 2018).

Districts and/or Cooperating Education Support Agencies (CESA) can use this resource to facilitate local professional learning.

Questions related to the materials and their use, contact Kris Joannes at khjoannes@wisc.edu.


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Resources within the Beginning Teacher Induction Essentials Series are not to be altered, but they may be reproduced and disseminated for non-profit, educational purposes without prior permission.


Danielson Framework for Teaching© components focus:

1f: Designing Student Assessments
3d: Using Assessment in Instruction

Seminar Outcomes:

  • I can reflect on my teaching practice in order to find areas of strength and areas for growth.
  • I can plan for and monitor strategic assessment practices within my SLO to inform timely adjustments to practice.
  • I can identify and articulate evidence-based adjustments to the SLO plan components.

Approximate Facilitation Time: 2.5 hours

Beginning Teacher Seminar 2 training materials

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Participant Materials

 

Participant Packet

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Supplemental Resource for Mentors


Mentor Supplement