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Unpacking Teacher Practice Through a Moves-Based Formative Assessment Framework Using Video-Based Cycles of Inquiry
American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting (2018)
  • Brent M Duckor, San Jose State University
  • Carrie Holmberg, San Jose State University
Abstract
Research has shown for over a decade that teachers who engage in formative assessment (FA) practices may have the most powerful impact on student learning (Black & Wiliam, 1998; Hattie, 2012). Yet less is known about the development of teachers’ knowledge and use of formative assessment as they plan, enact, and reflect on their questioning practices. Our qualitative case study focuses on how in-service middle school math teachers take up three specific moves (Author A, 2014) associated with formative assessment practice as as part of a video-based cycle of inquiry project. The study found focusing participants’ planning and reflection through the lens of a moves-based framing of formative assessment heightened participants’ attention on fostering more equitable learning opportunities for students.
Keywords
  • Professional Development,
  • Teacher Knowledge (cultural/content/pedagogical),
  • Teaching and Learning
Publication Date
April 14, 2018
Location
New York, NY
DOI
10.302/1320635
Comments
Paper presented as part of the session: Professional Learning Experiences for Mathematics Teaching.
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Citation Information
Brent M Duckor and Carrie Holmberg. "Unpacking Teacher Practice Through a Moves-Based Formative Assessment Framework Using Video-Based Cycles of Inquiry" American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting (2018)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brent_duckor/56/