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Milwaukee Public Schools:
Protocol for Examining Student Work
February Academic Coach-Math Training
February 8, 2013
Presented by ACMs:
Darryl Moore
Ingrid Walker-Henry
Reasoning
Analyzing and Learning from Student Work
This protocol provides a set of guidelines for structuring
conversations among teachers about student work. The
goal is to foster a common understanding of student
learning expectations for mathematics and to provide a
collaborative forum for examining student work to inform
mathematics instruction.
L.I. & S.C.
Learning Intention- We are learning how to examine
student work for the purpose of teacher feedback.
Success Criteria- We will be able to provide feedback to
teachers and The Learning Team on student work.
Visible Learning
by John Hattie
Providing Formative Evaluation of Program
“The power of feedback to teachers on what is happening in
their classroom so that they can ascertain “How am I going?”
Effect Size .90
Effect Size .70 (Students with Disabilities)
How does this Protocol work?
1. Getting Started
Facilitator identified.
Volunteer presents student work.
Participants review the work silently.
2. Discussing the Work
Round 1- Describe: What do you notice about the
student work?
Round 2- Interpret: What do the students understand?
Round 3- Question: What questions do you have about
the work?
3. Reflections from the Presenting Teacher
Comments on the student work and responds to
questions.
Shares insights from surprising or unexpected
comments.
Repeat Steps 1–3 with another presenting teacher.
4. Suggestions for Teaching and Learning
Based on the discussion of the students’ performance,
what might you suggest doing next with the class?
Describe ways the assessment did or did not give
students an opportunity to demonstrate what they
knew.
5. Debriefing
What are we learning through this process?
How can the process be improved?
Suggested Update
Common Core State Stands Suggestions for Teaching and Learning- Describe in
what way(s) the assessment is aligned to CCSSM and/or Mathematical Practice
Standards? Were students able to demonstrate a level of proficiency? What teacher
moves might you carry out to support students in their learning?
ACM Debriefing
Whatever the enterprise, having moral
purpose makes excellent business sense
in the long run.
-Michael Fullan (Leading In A Culture of Change, pg.11)
What are we learning through the
Protocol process?
How can the process be improved?
L.I. & S.C.
Learning Intention- We are learning how to examine
student work for the purpose of teacher feedback.
Success Criteria- We will be able to provide feedback to
teachers and The Learning Team on student work.
Milwaukee Public Schools:
Protocol for Examining Student Work
MPS Board of School Directors
Dr. Michael Bonds, President
Larry Miller, Vice President
Mark Sain, District 1
Jeff Spence, District 2
Annie Woodward, District 4
Dr. Peter Blewett, District 6
David Voeltner, District 7
Meagan Holman, District 8
Terrence Falk, At-Large
Senior Team
Dr. Gregory Thornton, Superintendent
Naomi Gubernick, Chief of Staff
Darienne Driver, Chief Innovation Officer
Tina Flood, Chief Academic Officer
Dr. Karen Jackson, Chief Human Resources Officer
Michelle Nate, Chief Operations Officer
Gerald Pace, Esq., Chief Financial Officer
Anita Pietrykowski, Chief School Administration Officer
Denise Callaway, Executive Dir., Community Engagement
Patricia Gill, Executive Director, Family Services
Sue Saller, Exec. Coord., Superintendent’s Initiatives

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