After one week of remote teaching and learning in all my classes I've learned a lot, mostly through mistakes, but that's what a growth mindset is all about anyway.
Below is a short list of what I've learned this week. And a list of what I still need to figure out.
One of the most important things not just for competency-based learning models but for all schools, is to norm for subjectivity and variance among teachers. Teachers should go through a process where they individually rate a student’s performance based on the rubric, then debate within small groups to come to a shared understanding of the standards, which helps to shrink any variance in teacher judgments.
Here is one idea to use as a norming exercise in your next PLC...
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