10:30: Using NGSS New Science Standards to get great student data

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NGSS  scienceGreat educators PIVOT.  We look at the results of our hard work, analyze successes and challenges and then just like a basketball player on the court, we plant our foot and pivot based on what we see at that moment.  Leverage the great NGSS science standards to get the RIGHT data to make the RIGHT changes in your instruction so all students can be more successful.

NGSS to get data with Joe Mullikin

1:15 & 2:30: Asking Powerful Questions in Math and Science

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kidhthinkingProve, Construct, Translate, Analyze, Interpret, Build, and Compare.  Math and science questions are inherently different.  From conceptual questions to procedural questions, the cognitive demand and design of the problem makes a big difference!  This session will help teachers to explore different ways of measuring learning and get teachers ready with tools to use immediately apply in classroom discussions and assessments.

MATH AND SCIENCE QUESTIONS: JOE MULLIKIN

10:30: Quality SLO Goals

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Writing an SLO can be an overwhelming process for teachers because it requires many elements of data literacy, assessment literacy and instructional competencies combined into one process.  This session will break down the process, examine ways to write your SLO goal, and examine ways we can use available data to be rigorous yet realistic!

SLO Goal Presentation

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Anne is an assessment and curriculum specialist best known for her work in assessment design, data analysis and instructional effectiveness. Anne is a sought after speaker in the area of assessment design, curriculum and instruction.
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