Science Teaching Analysis: Evaluate

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After teaching the science lessons on magnets, I got a chance to go back and use StudioCode to "tag" various parts of my teaching.  I created an "Evaluate video" focusing on a couple of parts during my teaching that I could evaluate student understanding.  I used a KLEW chart, T-charts (sorting), and a claims/evidence writing to evaluate students as a whole and as sub-groups.

Evaluate, [2].mov

C2 - I chose the "Evaluate" movie from my Science Teaching Video Analysis Project to demonstrate how I systematically analyzed assessment data to characterize the performance of the whole class and relevant sub-groups of students.  The video shows a couple of different things that I used during my teaching to evaluate whether my students were meeting objectives.  I used the data gathered from the class KLEW chart, student discussions, the T-Charts, and Claims/Evidence writing to determine if my students met the objectives defined in the lessons I wrote.

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