Are you using rubrics to assess your students’ work? How well do they work? Are they providing essential feedback to improve and guide their learning? If you are interested in this topic you may want to read 6 Reasons to Try a Single-Point Rubric at https://www.edutopia.org/article/6-reasons-try-single-point-rubric?utm_source=Edutopia+Newsletter&utm_campaign=4074bf600d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_011718_enews_howmetacognition&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f72e8cc8c4-4074bf600d-79039791
Downladable Presentation: Using Multimodal Learner-Driven Feedback to Provide Sustainable Feedback on L2 Writing24/10/2017
New videos based upon the February 2014 regulations are available on the links below or through the KDE Media Portal.
based on 703 KAR 5:080 Feb 2014
based on 703 KAR 5:070 Feb 2014
Administration Code Materials
- Student Data Review and Rosters Application (SDRR)
- School Report Card
- Meetings and Trainings
- Data Release Resources
- DAC Meetings
- Assessment Regulations Training
- Allegation Reporting
Assessment Regulations Training
All individuals participating in the administration of the testing program shall comply with the Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Program and Inclusion of Special Populations.
Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Program
New Recorded Trainings
The materials needed to accompany the recordings are found on the right-hand side of this page:
- Administration Code PowerPoint
- Administration Regulation
- Inclusion of Special Populations PowerPoint
- Inclusion of Special Populations Regulation
- Additional materials coming soon!
For those using iPads and smartphones, go to theKDE Media Portal to view the Administrative Code Training recording or search for the Inclusion of Special Populations recording.
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