This week I have created the actual assessment piece to go along with my Formative Assessment Design Version 2.0. Within this document, I have laid out a rationale for the assessment design, an instructional and assessment plan, why I chose to use a Google Form and Google Doc for this assessment and a feedback plan.
This week I have been tasked with beginning a draft of a formative assessment that I can use in my work as a Technology Integrator. The link below outlines the purpose for the assessment and how it will inform my work with educators while relating it to effective instructional design including the principles of Backward Design by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe. This assessment was also influenced by several coaching and leadership models introduced to me in a coaching training this week. I’m very excited about executing the concepts of Laura Lipton, Bruce Wellman, Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard.
This week I looked critically at an assessment genre that is typical of my context and discipline and applied it to my understandings of our readings on Understanding by Design by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe as well as formative assessment to both explain and evaluate its validity. In the non-traditional role of technology integrator, I have identified formative feedback through conversation both digital and verbal as one of the most utilized assessments in my practice.