Collaborative Assessment Conference
We had a wonderful Google+Hangout today looking closely at this piece of student work from participating educator Rob Martin's classroom:
“The first picture is a picture of a water supplier that runs around India. In India, they need to carry the water by these trucks, so I see this truck every day. But every time I see this truck, I see the water is leaking. I thought you can change to water and sewer services so the water won’t leak and when there is a traffic jam, still everyone can use the waters. So, I don’t understand why they don’t use the water and sewer services."
-Out of Eden Learn student, destructionking, Chennai, India, ‘Take a Walk in Your Neighborhood’
Harvard Graduate School of Education students Jolyn Chua and Anjali Rodrigues led this generative discussion using the Collaborative Assessment Conference protocol in order to help us take a slow look at one piece of student work. A PDF of the protocol is attached.
You can watch the full hangout here:
Thank you to Rob, Jolyn, Anjali, and all of the educators who participated. We enjoyed learning with and from you!
File Attachment :
Collaborative Assessment Conference.pdf