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Consumer Sense Rubric

This rubric identifies the core elements of performance required by the Consumer Sense Task, specifies the criteria for earning points for each section of the task, and highlights the Standards for Mathematical Practice students are likely to use in working on the task.

SOURCE: Silicon Valley Math Initiative

Consumer Sense Task

This mathematics performance task, discussed by the teacher and coach in Clarifying Intended Learning in Mathematics: Analyze Task & Plan, involves comparing three Internet plan options. Students create equations for each of the plans and determine which plans are most cost-effective under which circumstances.

SOURCE: Silicon Valley Math Initiative

Analyzing Student Work

This template for analyzing student work supports teachers in implementing the cycle of formative assessment—serving as a place where they can keep track of patterns they notice in student work regarding common errors and/or misconceptions, successful approaches, and examples of good explanations.

SOURCE: Building Educator Assessment Literacy

Elements of Effective Feedback

This slide summarizes five characteristics of effective student feedback, as explained by Grant Wiggins in Educative Assessment: Designing Assessments to Inform and Improve Student Performance.

SOURCE: Building Educator Assessment Literacy

Universal Design for Learning

This short video provides an overview of UDL and its prominent role in ensuring that all students have access to content instruction.

FEATURING: Kevin Schaefer, WestEd

SOURCE: Building Educator Assessment Literacy

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Universal Design for Learning Guidelines

These guidelines articulate the Universal Design for Learning framework and can assist anyone who plans lessons/units of study or develops curricula (goals, methods, materials, and assessments) to meet the needs of all learners from the start by reducing barriers and optimizing levels of challenge and support.

SOURCE: Center for Applied Special Technology