Social Studies Cadre
Tools for our Toolbox!
HELLOS & CELEBRATIONS
CHECKPOINTS & TEACHER CREATED SUMMATIVES
UNIT OVERVIEWS & PLANNING FOR LEARNING
LEARNING TARGETS & FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
ACTIVE CLASSROOM/ Logging in with CLEVER
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Upcoming webinars: series of 4 15 minute online lessons followed by a two hour after school Professional Learning opportunity. Looking at the week of November 9th for the in person training. Hoping to have the online training videos set up in the next two weeks.
QUARTERLY CHECKPOINTS 4-12
Quarterly District Checkpoints will assess student mastery of the power standards and other related standards for the Quarter and may contain content from multiple units of study (depending on the scope and sequence for your course). This data will be used to track student progress towards mastery of grade appropriate standards.
PROOF THE CHECKPOINTS & PICK A DATE!
District Quarterly Checkpoint Windows for Social Studies
All grade level/content specific Social Studies teachers should administer District Checkpoints within 2-3 days of each other. Teacher teams will decide on a two-three day window within the Checkpoint windows listed above at Cadre meetings and this information will be communicated accordingly.
PLANNING FOR LEARNING
Bookmark this link for easy access to YAGs, Blueprints, Unit Overviews, District Checkpoints, and Social Studies Resources- MORE RESOURCES ADDED DAILY!
Learning Targets: GET YOUR STUDENTS FOCUSED!
What is the intended purpose of a learning target?
How are they used to focus learning?
How can they be used to create common formative assessments?
What is the purpose of using formative assessment in your classroom?
Give three examples of formative assessments you use regularly.
How do you use the data collected from formative assessment to inform instruction?