This professional development series is derived from and supports the Formative Assessment for Michigan Educators (FAME) project which commenced in the 2008-09 school year.
It is designed to train K-12 teachers on how to embed a researched-based and proven formative-assessment process into their daily practice.
During this four-day series, teachers will build capacity and a clear understanding of what it means to transform instruction to achieve increased student performance.
How to develop and implement the formative assessment process in their daily practice.
The components of a formative-assessment process which include:
-learning targets and determining criteria for success
-aligned planning for student-focused learning
-effective use of student evidence
-application of formative-assessment strategies
-selection and use of appropriate formative-assessment tools
-questioning that fosters metacognition
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