OPAPP

Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project

  1. Credible Source

    Credible Source is a social studies/ELA re-engagement activity. This lesson shows teachers how re-engagement can be used to clarify students' ideas and misconceptions. See how to use high, mid and low-level student papers from your own class to create class discussion about what makes an answer "good" or "bad."

  2. Dirt Matters Re-Engagement Lesson

    Dirt Matters is a 5th grade math/science lesson. Participants compared different brands of soil through a flow test and a shake test using math to determine which soil would be best for a garden.

  3. Welcome to the Feedback Module

    This module focuses on feedback which is how we inform students about where they are in their learning. You will learn about different kinds of feedback, different methods for giving feedback and how feedback can address the needs of diverse learners.

  4. Austin's Butterfly Part 2 - Feedback

    OPAPP uses the student feedback story, Austin's Butterfly, to illustrate the value and success obtainable using teacher and student feedback in your classroom.

    Part 2: This video shows how Austin's drawing dramatically improved based on feedback from his classmates.

    Austin was asked to draw a butterfly for his schools fund raising cards. This series of Austin's butterfly drawings as shared by Ron Berger illustrates the success available using peer feedback techniques in your classroom. For more of Austin's Butterfly story please visit teacherlove.org/ro-berger-expeditionary-learning-schools/

  5. Austin's Butterfly Part 3 - Model Lessons

    OPAPP uses the student feedback story, Austin's Butterfly, to illustrate the value and success obtainable using teacher and student feedback in your classroom.

    Part 3: As a result of feedback, students' work should improve in a few areas at a time.

    Austin was asked to draw a butterfly for his schools fund raising cards. This series of Austin's butterfly drawings as shared by Ron Berger illustrates the success available using peer feedback techniques in your classroom. For more of Austin's Butterfly story please visit teacherlove.org/ro-berger-expeditionary-learning-schools/

  6. Population Variation

    Population Variation is a socia studies/math lesson that uses class and state demographics to create graphs for comparison. OPAPP participants used this lesson as an opportunity to practice giving feedback to students.

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