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Calibrating and Collaborative Scoring of Student Work

Calibrating and Collaborative Scoring of Student Work

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Author: Katie Hou
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In this lesson, you will learn the purpose of calibrating student work as a collaborative process.

In this lesson, you will understand how to use a calibration protocol.

In this lesson, you will build and use a form to analyze the results of the review of student work.

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Tutorial

Notes on “Calibrating and Collaborating Scoring of Student Work”

Overview

(00:00-00:16) Introduction

(00:17-01:21) Calibration and Collaboration Overview

(01:22-02:09) Why calibrate the scoring of student work?

(02:10-03:20) Why use a protocol?

(03:21-06:06) Example

(06:07-07:07) Calibration and PLC

(07:09-08:04) Technology and Calibration

(08:05-08:27) Reflection

(08-28-08:57) Conclusion

Additional Resources

Rhode Island Department of Education: Calibration Protocol for Scoring Student Work

This tool is a step by step approach to calibrating the scoring of student work. The tool provides useful templates to guide the work of your collaborative team.
http://www.ride.ri.gov/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/Teachers-and-Administrators-Excellent-Educators/Educator-Evaluation/Online-Modules/Calibration_Protocol_for_Scoring_Student_Work.pdf


Calibrating Multiple Graders

This article provides an overview of how to calibrate scoring using a collaborative process involving multiple graders. The article also includes an easy to follow step by step approach under the "How to do it" section.
http://www.cer.jhu.edu/ii/InnovInstruct-BP_CalibratingGraders.pdf


Eliminating Bias in Grading: Teachers Collaborate on Student Assessments

This article explains how using a collaborative scoring process eliminates grader bias. The article also provides a strong rationale for using a calibration protocol.
http://www.allthingsplc.info/mobile/blog/view/97/eliminating-bias-in-grading-teachers-collaborate-on-student-assessments