• Part 1 – Describe your classroom factors (physical features, technology resources, parental involvement, and grouping practices).
• Part 2 – Describe how you communicate assessment expectations, results, and feedback to students. Also, include how students monitor their own progression of learning.
• Part 3 – Describe how you differentiated learning for students. Cite evidence from your lesson plan.
• Part 4 – Discuss how you used formative assessment data to make modifications to instruction. Cite evidence from specific student work.
• Part 5 – Analyze the effectiveness of your instruction on this unit or activity. What worked? What needs improvement? Cite student data in your analysis – what percent of students met expectations, exceeded expectations, or did not meet expectations? How will you address the needs of your students in each of these three categories?
• Part 6 – Explain two professional learning goals (from The First Days of School) that will improve teaching and planning for instruction.