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Ok - this is all a little overwhelming and the strategies seem to overlap a lot - how can I keep them clear for first graders? I personally need more examples like the From Assessment to Conferring: Sample Needs and Strategies sheet found at: https://www.thedailycafe.com/articles/selecting-a-strategy-for-student-goals but what I REALLY, REALLY would like is an ipad app that I could point to the problem I see in the assessment, then would give me possible strategies, then would give me the info on how to teach them. I am starting and don’t want to take too much time figuring out what to suggest/teach students while I am learning this. Has anyone done any interactive work on this even it is not an ipad app or composed more example “assessment to strategy” info sheets?
I don’t have anything like you’re describing, which sounds awesome, as I call the page you are talking about as “the best page ever”.
There is another piece of information that may help a bit with this–not all in one place, but easily accessible. I use the Assessing Student Learning Rubrics to help me choose between related strategies. Here are links to a couple of them. Scroll down to the end to see the Rubrics.
I printed them all out and have them in my notebook, which I flip through all the time. Reading those rubrics helps me become more discerning about choosing strategies based on my conferring with individual students.
I so appreciate how overwhelming learning anything new can be. (I’m learning how to be more proficient on the Excel program and feel exactly as you do!)
Here is what I know:
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