10.10.18 FSLT Assessment Committee Agenda #TrinityLearns


  • We can develop assessment-capable visible learners.
  • We can use learning progressions to empower learners to deepen their understanding.

Today’s Action Items:

  • Share our Sentence, Phrase, and Word from Developing Assessment Capable Visible Learners
  • Develop action plan for two main characteristics
    • See errors as opportunities and are comfortable saying that they don’t know and/or need help
    • Articulate what they are learning and why



  30 min 


Using the Visible Thinking Routine, Sentence-Phrase, Word

  • Whole group share and discussion
  15 min 

Develop goals
and action-steps

  • What do these characteristics look like?
  • How can we help our teammates help their students
    implement these characteristic?
  05 min

Wrap Up

Thoughts, questions, hopes, and next steps
  05 min

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4 thoughts on “10.10.18 FSLT Assessment Committee Agenda #TrinityLearns

  1. Thomas Benefield
    SPW activity response
    Sentence – “What we need are learners who understand their current performance, recognize the gap between their current performance and the expected performance, and select strategies to close the gap.” I chose this sentence because I think this sums up why we use LPs as well as fits directly with the illustration we have of the Instructional Core. (pg. 6)
    Phrase – “…teachers should carefully consider the phase of students’ learning needs.” I chose this because it is a prime example of purposeful teaching and corresponds to results guide our decisions pillar. (pg. 19)
    Word – ” Learner” These are our clients and ourselves!

  2. Javonne Stewart

    Sentence -“Effective feedback is timely, specific, and includes actions that students can use to further their learning.” – This reminds me of how I try to use debate as both a participation strategy, but also as a part of learning a reflective practice. (p.4)

    Phrase – “skill, will. and thrill…” – I love the discussion of the connection between these three terms. (p. 10)

    Word – “transfer” – An annual goal of mine for both my teaching and student learning (p.12)

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