Looking at Student Work: LASWFacilitators: Gene Thompson-Grove, Co-Director, National School Reform Faculty
Bob Mackin, LEAD NE
David Allen, National School Reform FacultyEssential Questions:
- Why look at student work collaboratively?
- How can examining students' work collaboratively improve the teaching and learning in a school?
- What conditions and resources are necessary so that educators can regularly examine students' work collaboratively?
- students' work in schools is serious work;
- students' work is key data about the life of the school;
- the work of children and adults in school should be public.
Used to look closely at and interpret students' work; to explore the strengths and needs of a particular student; and to reflect on the work collected in student portfolios. In addition, the CAC fosters conversations among faculty about the work students are doing and how to support that work.