Author: Bruce Penniman, Stephanie Joyce, Karen Smith and Julie Webb
Summary: In this NWP webinar, several leaders from the Area3 (UC-Davis) and Western Massachusetts Writing Projects discuss their experiences offering professional development to high needs elementary schools. While the site leaders offer helpful insights and perspectives on the development of the program experience, the primary focus is on the facilitation of the professional development and the resources/protocols used to assist teachers as they look at and discuss student writing. A fantastic set of resources for guiding collaborative review and discussion of student writing, including all of the protocols shared as part of the webinar, are included in the linked Google folders.
Original Date of Publication: October 30, 2014
- Formative Assessment as a Compass: Looking at Student Work as an Intentional Part of Ongoing Professional Development
- National Writing Project Offers High-Quality Writing Assessment Services
- What Student Writing Teaches Us
Original Source: National Writing Project, https://sites.google.com/site/nwptechnicalassisstance/home/webinars/looking-at-student-writing-to-inform-teaching-practice-as-an-element-of-successful-professional-development