Assessment for Linguistically Diverse Students

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(2019). Assessment for Linguistically Diverse Students. EdTech Books. Retrieved from
Session One LA 1.1 Exploring Our Assessment PracticesLA 1.2 Learner's Assets AVG 1.1 ESSA & EL Assessment LA 1.3 Assessing For Placement LA 1.4 Applying the Assessment System AVG 1.2 The Assessment ProcessLA 1.5: Capturing Definitions LA 1.6: Issues with Assessment LA 1.7 Investigating Useful, Meaningful, EquitableHW 1.1: Actions Taken and Learning HW 1.2 Assessing Oral Language HW 1.3 Assessment for English Language Learners HW 1.4 Professional Learning CommunitiesHW 1.5 Placement of EL Students HW 1.6 Time Capsule Self-Assessment Session TwoAVG 2.1 Parables of Classroom Interaction LA 2.1 Changing the Conversation AVG 2.2 WIDAAVG 2.3 CAN DO Approach LA 2.2 Introduction to Using Can-Do Descriptors AVG 2.4 Planning with the End in Mind LA 2.3 Planning for the Final Project HW 2.1 Actions Taken and Learning HW 2.2 Assessment for English Language Learners HW 2.3 Implementing WIDA Can Do Philosophy HW 2.4 Supporting English Learners HW 2.5 Analyzing WIDA as AssessmentSession Three LA 3.1 Standards for Effective Pedagogy LA 3.2 Designing for Understanding in Action LA 3.3 Attending to the Five Standards in Evaluating a LessonLA 3.4 Taking Action LA 3.5 Considering Assessment as a Context for Teaching and LearningLA 3.6 Content and Language ObjectivesHW 3.1 Reflection on Taking Action Based on My LearningHW 3.2 Examining Collaborative Work to Support EL LearningHW 3.3 Technology Tools for Developing Academic Language HW 3.4 Language Proficiency to Academic AchievementHW 3.5 AVG Planning with the End in Mind HW 3.6 AVG The Alternative Assessment MovementHW 3.7 Student Profile Session Four LA 4.1 Sharing My StudentAVG 4.1 Types of Assessment LA 4.2 Exploring Informal Content Area AssementsAVG 4.2 Understanding WIDA Speaking and Writing RubricsLA 4.3 Assessment Tool Marketplace LA 4.4 Planning Assessment for My UnitHW 4.1 Actions Taken and LearningHW 4.2 Analyzing Student WritingHW 4.4 Examining Authentic Assessments Session Five AVG 5.1 Designing Alternative Assessments LA 5.1 Designing Assessments for LearningAVG 5.2 Designing Alternative Assessments LA 5.2 Understanding Rubrics and Scoring GuidesLA 5.3 Developing a Rubric or Scoring GuideLA 5.4 Developing Expertise in Item Writing HW 5.1 Actions Taken in LearningHW 5.2 Re-examining Your Final Project HW 5.3 What I Think about High Stakes TestingHW 5.4 To Test or Not to Test Session SixLA 6.1 Debating the Value of High Stakes TestingLA 6.2 ESL Assessment Issues LA 6.3 Seeking and Providing Feedback LA 6.4 Assessment Literacy for Alternative AssessmentAVG 6.2 Assessing Student Development LA 6.5 Final Project Review HW 6.1 Actions Taken in Learning HW 6.2 Examining Alignment and Coherence in Assessment HW 6.3 Issues in Grading HW 6.4 Tracking Student Learning HW 6.5 Creating and Revising My Final ProjectSession SevenLA 7.1 Useful, Meaningful, and Equitable AssessmentLA 7.2 Center 2--Motivating Learners LA 7.3 Center 3--Sharing Strategies for Record Keeping LA 7.4 Center 4--Using Standardized Test Scores to Guide TeachingLA 7.5--Meeting Legal Obligations for ELsLA 7.6 Revising My Final ProjectHW 7.1 Actions Taken and LearningHW 7.2 Completing the Final ProjectSession Eight LA 8.1 My Learning Presentation LA 8.2 My Commitment for Assessing Students