Summer 2020 Training Team

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Oregon Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity ---- Tasks 8 & 9

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Authors: Kathy Clunes, Nicole Duncan

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Team GreBar-Cen-SKei-Du! OSP NGSS4Oregon Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Author: Jennie Richard

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Crabby Coasties Science Project Module 3, Tasks 8 & 9: Formative Assessment for Equity

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Authors: Kama Almasi, Cristina Trecha, Andy Bedingfield

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MS NGSS for Oregon OSP Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity Tasks 8-10

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Author: Lisa Jacobs

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Team Hood River-Oregon Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Author: Kathryn Davis

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Crabby Coasties Science Project Module 3, Tasks 4 & 5: Formative Assessment for Equity

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Authors: Kama Almasi, Cristina Trecha, Andy Bedingfield

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Rogue Valley Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity Part 2

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Authors: Dylana Garfas-Knowles, Cristina Trecha

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MS NGSS for Oregon OSP Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity Tasks 8-10

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Author: Lisa Jacobs

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Oregon Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity - Tasks 4 and 5

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

Material Type: Module

Author: Joan Swafford

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Not Gonna Silence Science Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity --- Tasks 6 & 7

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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and Dialogue 

Material Type: Module

Authors: Nicole Duncan, Kathy Clunes

Anthropology Mini Lectures: A collective resource for online teaching in the time of COVID19

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This is a collection of mini lectures created by anthropologists and those in conversation with anthropology as supplimental material to assist college and university instructors who were made to shift their courses online because of COVID19.For more information, see here.To contribute, please create an OER author account and send your name and OER registered email to AnthropologyTeaching@gmail.com.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Homework/Assignment, Lecture, Lesson Plan, Reading, Syllabus, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Authors: Zoe Wool, Brett Hill, Lauren Visconti, Geir Henning Presterudstuen, Laura Ogden, Jonathan Padwe, Sabra Thorner, Flosha Diliena Liyana Saran Arachchige Don, Heikki Wilenius, Jonathan Wald, Noah Theriault, Rosalyn Bold, Andrew Flachs, Emily Yates-Doerr, Rebecca Lester, Katrina Thompson, Emily Hammerl, Rose Wellman, Devin Proctor, Daniel Souleles, Kim de Rijke, Maira Hayat, Kate Fischer, Laura Story Johnson, Chloe Ahmann, Paige West

ISKME & BranchED OER Institute

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The Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity (BranchED) and ISKME have partnered to offer an eight week Open Educational Resource (OER) train-the-trainer intensive to support teacher educators at Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs) at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) to utilize and develop high quality OER. During the Summer Institute, participants will develop an OER module, a three part webinar series, and an OER workshop to train 12+ teachers. The Summer Institute will provide an introduction to OER; practice with discovery, collaboration, curation, and quality evaluation; exploration in design, authoring, and remixing; development of an OER Training plan; peer review, reflection, and refinement of resources; and advocacy and leadership.

Material Type: Full Course

Permissions Guide For Educators

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This guide provides a primer on copyright and use permissions. It is intended to support teachers, librarians, curriculum experts and others in identifying the terms of use for digital resources, so that the resources may be appropriately (and legally) used as part of lessons and instruction. The guide also helps educators and curriculum experts in approaching the task of securing permission to use copyrighted materials in their classrooms, collections, libraries or elsewhere in new ways and with fewer restrictions than fair use potentially offers. The guide was created as part of ISKME's Primary Source Project, and is the result of collaboration with copyright holders, intellectual property experts, and educators.

Material Type: Reading

Author: Admin

Equity-Oriented Resource Criteria

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The following rubric was developed by Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity (BranchED) to evaluate Open Educational Resources (OER) objects through an equity lens. The criteria in this rubric were adapted from the Inclusive Pedagogy and Intersectional Content principles from the BranchED Quality Framework.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Aubree Evans

3rd Grade History Unit: Geography & Cultures of North America

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The unit is focused on the examination of geography in terms of “place.” Students dive into inquiry to answer the compelling questions, “Where are we?” and “Who are we?” Through these two questions students will understand where they live and where people around the world live. Students will also dive into the term “culture” and define it through many characteristics. Students will examine and reflect upon their own culture and research different cultures of North America.

Material Type: Unit of Study

Authors: Leslie Heffernan, Morgen Larsen

Grade 3 - Environment & Native Americans

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This inquiry guides third graders to view the lifestyle and cultural development of Early Native Americans through the same lens of how lifestyles today have developed. While studying early Native Americans, students encounter vast differences between life today and life lived prior to the arrival of European settlers. Students will also begin to note that regardless of lifestyles, communities have the same basic needs to survive. Third graders are naturally curious as to how people lived and existed during these early centuries. The compelling question "How did environment influence the lifestyle of Early Native Americans?" encourages students to build on an understanding of how their own family and community functions as it relates to resources. It also asks them to draw comparisons between life today and life then. It allows for engagement with social studies, environmental science, and literacy.

Material Type: Lesson, Lesson Plan, Teaching/Learning Strategy, Unit of Study

Authors: Evergreen Public Schools, Kristina Labadie

Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State

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Washington requires the inclusion of tribal sovereignty curriculum in all schools. The Since Time Immemorial instructional materials have been endorsed by all 29 federally recognized tribes in Washington. This curriculum uses an inquiry, place-based, integrated approach and has comprehensive materials for grades K-12.

Material Type: Full Course, Lesson, Module, Unit of Study

Author: Washington State Office of Superintendent of Pubic Instruction

The Fish Wars: What Kinds of Actions Can Lead to Justice

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This online lesson provides perspectives from Native American community members and their supporters, images, news footage, an interactive timeline, and other sources about an important campaign to secure the treaty rights and sovereignty of Native Nations of the Pacific Northwest. Scroll to begin an exploration of the actions Native Nations took to address injustices.

Material Type: Lesson, Module

Author: Native Knowledge 360