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Title: 200910 State Scoring Guide Professional Development Assessing Scientific Inquiry


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2009-10 State Scoring Guide Professional
Development Assessing Scientific Inquiry
  • Created by
  • Steve Holman, West Salem High School
  • Meagan Sternberg, Happy Valley Middle School
  • Eric Blackford, Umatilla-Morrow ESD
  • Leslie Phillips, Oregon Department of Education

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Goals
  • What has changed or is new for…
  • Scientific Inquiry as a Local Performance
    Assessment
  • Scientific Inquiry Scoring Guides
  • Instructional Model to elicit a work sample
  • Resources are available for Scientific Inquiry as
    a State Work Sample
  • Other Professional Development Opportunities

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State Education Law
  • OAR 581-22-0615 adopted June 2008 changed the
    state law for science to require a local
    performance assessment
  • -In grades 3-8 and High School, students must
    complete at least one annual Scientific Inquiry
    local performance assessment via work sample or
    comparable measures adopted by the district.
  • Scientific Inquiry not yet included in the
    Assessment of Essential Skills requirement for
    HS, but may be included as evidence of critical
    thinking when phased-in.

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State Education Law
  • New- for Grade 3
  • Go Work Samples at
  • www.ode.state.or.us/go/worksamples

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Instructional Model
Students need EXPERIENCES
  • What experiences do students need to allow them
    to conduct a scientific inquiry investigation and
    produce a scientific inquiry work sample?

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Instructional Planning
Students need KNOWLEDGE
  • What do students need to know to conduct a
    scientific inquiry investigation and produce a
    scientific inquiry work sample?

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Instructional Planning
Students need SKILLS
  • What skills do students need to have to conduct a
    scientific inquiry investigation and produce a
    scientific inquiry work sample?

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Instructional Model
Scientific Inquiry Work Sample
Experience
Knowledge
Skills
(Based on Design Space concept by Dr. Dave
Hamilton, Science Assessment Specialist, Portland
Public Schools)
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Instructional Model
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Scientific Inquiry Scoring Guide
Four Dimensions
  • Forming a Question or Hypothesis
  • Designing an Investigation
  • Collecting and Presenting Data
  • Analyzing and Interpreting Results

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Scoring Guide
  • Achievement Scale

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Important Issues
  • Preponderance of Evidence means…
  • the evidence from the student work most closely
    aligns with the bullets at a specific level.
  • Evidence from throughout the work sample can be
    used to score each dimension.

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Words of Wisdom
Assessment is only truly successful when results
are used to improve instruction for individual
students.
-Johnson, 1987
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Using the Scoring Guide to Provide Feedback
Research suggests FEEDBACK is MORE important
than earning a grade or points because feedback
informs… --student performance and
--teacher instruction.
(Butler, R. 1987 and 1988)
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Using the Scoring Guide for Formative Assessment
  • The Scoring Guide is meant to be used as more
    than a summative assessment tool.
  • The Scoring Guide can be used to improve
    scientific inquiry teaching and learning.

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Resources
  • Scoring Guides
  • (English, Spanish, Russian, Student
    Language)

ODE website www.ode.state.or.us/go/worksamples
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Resources
  • Work Samples/Anchor Papers for
  • Grade 3, Benchmarks 2, 3, and HS

ODE website www.ode.state.or.us/go/worksamples
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Resources
  • Classroom resources
  • -Scientific Inquiry in the Classroom
  • -Activities vs. Scientific Inquiry Tasks

ODE website www.ode.state.or.us/go/worksamples
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Resources
  • Oregon Science Teacher Association 50th Annual
    Conference on October 9, 2009 in Salem
  • Scientific Inquiry Professional Developers
  • (Teachers who are ready and willing to provide
    further professional development)
    http//www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?809

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Our Journey Continues
For more information, contact Leslie Phillips,
Office of Assessment and Evaluation at
leslie.phillips_at_state.or.us or 503-947-5835. For
curriculum questions, contact Cheryl Kleckner,
Office of Educational Improvement and Innovation
at cheryl.kleckner_at_state.or.us or 503-947-5794.
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