Purposeful and Strategic Assessment/Instruction Design
Equivalent Fractions Comparing/Ordering Fractions
The fields next to each standard could be used to indicate the progression of learning experiences for students for these standards. The fields across the top indicate the day of instruction, informal formative assessment, formal formative assessment, formal formative assessment, and final assessment. Each experience could occur one day after the other, or with small breaks in between. The purpose of this approach is to ensure that students have had multiple opportunities to build their mastery of a standard, while teachers use formative thinking to make instructional decisions. It is only after this process that students would be expected to meet or exceed standards and complete a performance task such as this.
Adapted from Erkens 2012. solution-‐tree.com
Published on May 29, 2012
This chart is a flexible example for planning out purposeful and strategic learning experiences with each learning target.