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Looking at Student Work Mini Course

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Learning objectives:

Understand how to use a rubric to assess student learning.  

Understand the connection between a rubric and standards aligned instruction. Length: 20 minutes.


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Looking at Student Work: Evaluating a Student Costume Design
Qualities of a Superior Costume Design
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Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin. Kimberly Staples adjudicates student costume designs to evaluate learning at the International Thespian festival. In this one minute video she talks about the qualities of a superior costume design and the designer's process.
Quiz: Qualities of a Costume Design
3 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  4/6 points to pass
3 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  4/6 points to pass
Looking at Student Work: Costuming Model Cornerstone Assessment
Costuming Model Cornerstone Assessment
Robin Hood Design
Scoring the Design
1 Question
Discussion
Make 1 discussion post to continue.
Make 1 discussion post to continue. What score did you assign to the Little John costume design and why?
Comparing Your Score
1 Question  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/0 points to pass
1 Question  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/0 points to pass Record your score again to compare it with what the adjudicators in the pilot of the MCA said about the costume design.
Certificate of completion.
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0.50 contact hours contact hours  |  Certificate available Please follow the instructions to download your certificate of completion from EdTA- proof of your investment in professional learning. Check with your administrator, in some school districts professional learning opportunities from your professional organization may be used towards meeting continuing education requirements.