How to Communicate Assessment Results to Parents
For this week’s assignment, you will be creating an info-graphic for a new teacher on how to communicate assessment results to parents and guardians. Using the sessions’ readings, your own experience, and what you know about info-graphics, your info-graphic should cover:
What are assessments (in layman’s terms)?
How are assessments used to inform instruction?
How can assessment scores be broken down to easily communicate them (and their meaning) to parents or guardians?
How can a parent/guardian help their child based off of assessment scores?
If you’re not sure what info-graphics are, take a look at a few here related to other topics in the world of education:
Flipped Classroom Info-graphic
Education by the Numbers Info-graphic
Facts About Arts in Education Info-graphic
Your response should be in the form of a digital or hand-drawn info-graphic (if you choose to submit a hand-drawn info-graphic, you must ensure it’s all legible). The facilitator is not looking for a professional quality, highly-skilled graphically designed info-graphic. But, the info-graphic should display that you’ve been creative in synthesizing the information that you’ve learned in this topic about fluency and fluency strategies.
Follow the steps below to complete this assignment:
Create a new document of your choosing (Word, Google Docs, Open Office – anything that can be saved/exported to PDF or an image format) or use paper and pencil/pen/markers.
Create your info-graphic. It should be at least one (1) page, and no more than three (3).
You can use Word Art, Shapes, Text Boxes, Clipart, or create your info-graphic entirely by hand (if you create it by hand, everything must be legible and easily read.
Save your info-graphic as a PDF or image (.png, .jpg, .jpeg) file with the naming convention AssessmentInfographic_FirstNameLastName. If your name is Walter Payton, your document name would be AssessmentInfographic_WalterPayton. If you chose to draw your info-graphic, you will need to first scan the paper and then save it.
Upload your saved document to the upload interface below.
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