Presentation Details

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Abstract Details (PID = P126)
Title:Using Rubrics and Multidimensional Asmt. to Promote Students' Sci. Learning (P126)
Description:Attendees will learn about technology-enhanced assessment tasks that we've developed and released for educators in Grades 3-5 to use in their classrooms. Each task is multidimensional (SEP, DCI, and CCC) and has an associated rubric to help interpret and make sense of students' responses. During the session, attendees will try out these rubrics and use them to help interpret example student responses. Through examples and discussions, attendees will learn how the rubric can help them evaluate student responses in a timely manner and provide detailed information about what students know and can do. These assessment tasks and rubrics are freely available online and have been developed in collaboration and consultation with upper elementary teachers. During the session, we will showcase how to access and use these tasks and rubrics to help elicit and interpret what students know and can do.
Subject:Assessment in the Science Classroom
Intended Audience:Grades 3-5
Aligned with NGSS:Yes
NGSS Level:Novice - Have transitioned some of my instruction to NGSS and Engaged Learning.
Type of Presentation:Hands-On - Attendees will be actively engaged, working in groups, etc.
Primary Presenter Detail
Presenter - 1 / Title:Brian Gane, Research Project Director
School/Organization:University of Kansas
Co-Presenter(s) Detail
Presenter - 2 / Title:Sam Arnold, Graduate Research Assistant
School/Organization:University of Illinois at Chicago
Presenter - 3 / Title:Carla Strickland, Digital Development Manager
School/Organization:University of Chicago
Presenter - 4 / Title:
Presenter - 5 / Title:
Schedule Details
Time:12:30 PM
Length:50 min
Room Setup:Classrm - Flat / 48 people