Looking Together at Student Work

Tina Blythe

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Auteur
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Tina Blythe  
Medeauteurs
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Allen, David,   Powell, Barbara Schieffelin  
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Onderwijs  
Fonds
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Teachers College Pr  
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Paperback  
Uitgavedatum
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01/01/2007
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Nederlands  
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295
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184, 165, 19
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78 p.
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Foreword vii
David N. Perkins
Foreword to First Edition ix
Kathleen Cushman
Preface xi
Overview
1(8)
A brief description of the book and its intended audience
Some reasons for looking together at student work
A brief overview of relevant research
Developing a Way of Looking Together at Student Work
9(17)
Some issues and questions that schools or groups of teachers need to address in developing a process for looking together at student work
Practical pointers to help teachers and administrators begin to collaborate in looking at student work
Crucial Considerations: Description, Interpretation, Evaluation, and Context
26(7)
A discussion of the roles of and distinctions among descriptive, interpretive, and evaluative comments in a conversation about student work
A consideration of the importance of knowing (or not knowing) the context of the work being discussed
Three Ways of Looking Together at Student Work
33(15)
A brief description of three protocols: the Tuning Protocol, the Collaborative Assessment Conference, and the Consultancy
Some comparisons and contrasts of these different processes
Three Schools That Developed Their Own Protocols
48(18)
Short descriptions of how three school faculties---in Gorham, Maine; Norfolk, Virginia; and New York City---developed their own ways of looking at student work
Facilitating Protocols
66(7)
A brief introduction to what facilitators of protocols think about and do while facilitating a group
List of Resources 73(4)
About the Authors 77