Collaborative Analysis of Student Work: Improving Teaching and Learning
Book, Arts, CTE, English Language Arts, Foreign Language, Healthful Living, Math, Science, and Social Studies, Grade 1, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, and Kindergarten, Elementary, High, and Middle,
Authors: Georgea M. Langer, Amy B. Colton, and Loretta S. Goff
When teachers get together and apply their combined knowledge and experience to the challenges of teaching and learning, amazing things can happen. In this book, you’ll find out how to set up collaborative analysis of student work in your school. Developed and refined with more than 100 elementary and secondary teachers, this adaptable system combines the best of action research, study groups, standards-based learning, student assessment, teacher reflection, and portfolio assessment. The authors guide you through each component with concrete, detailed descriptions and authentic examples. You’ll learn
- ideas for setting up effective study groups
- strategies for documenting students’ progress toward learning standards
- methods for reflecting on professional growth
- ways to share the benefits with colleagues and students.
This system of professional inquiry challenges you to examine your beliefs about what students can do and helps you identify which teaching methods are working most successfully. You and your colleagues can acquire deeper insight into the link between your instruction and each student’s learning—and enhance your ability to help every student succeed.
(Full text of this book is not available online.)