Student Work Error Analysis Protocols for PLCs and Data Teams

Presenter: Tina (Merriweather) Seymour

The fundamental purpose of a PLC is to improve instructional effectiveness that results in high levels of student learning for all. The 4 guiding questions of PLCs are the foundation of this work:

  1. What do we want students to learn?
  2. How will we know if they have learned it?
  3. What will we do if they don’t learn?
  4. What will we do it they already know it?

Formative classroom assessments and data teams (or PLC meetings) can be used to respond deeply and specifically to questions #2, #3, and #4 through student work error analysis protocols that allow teams of teachers to target students’ misunderstandings and analyze what those errors reveal about students’ learning. This frequent error analysis process provides teachers with targeted information about students’ misunderstandings to immediately develop reteaching and reassessment strategies for students to reach mastery at accelerated rates.

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