Scoring Performance Tasks and Designing Instruction

Implementation strategies, calibration protocols, task revision and instructional implications.

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Learning from Student Work
Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE), WestEd
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Understanding Language/Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (UL/SCALE), in partnership with WestEd, invite you to explore a new resource designed to support educators in learning from student work on performance tasks. Understanding Proficiency (understandingproficiency....

Implementing Performance Assessment
Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
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Field testing is the process of incorporating your validated performance assessment into the classroom with your students.  This is where we take the task to the next level to see how it works in an authentic assessment situation.

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Asia Society
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In this Ap Chemistry curriculum module, students will learn how and when a disease becomes an epidemic and a pandemic. They will examine how people from different cultures around the world have dealt with diseases through the ages. Specifically, students will investigate plant, animal and human...

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This performance based assessment asks middle school students to evaluate, "How to people persevere through man made and natural crises?"  

Students will research the economic, political, or cultural causes of their family’s migration in an effort to find examples of perseverance. ...

Scoring Performance Tasks
Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
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The purpose of this resource is to explore rubric creation and scoring to better understand rubric use in schools and classrooms.  By examining "cookie quality," educators can practice utilizing a rubric and following an inquiry-based template.

Planning Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction
Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
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The purpose of the Quality Performance Assessment (QPA) Framework is to provide guidance to teachers and adminis-
trators on how to design a performance assessment system.