COD 2020 - S675

Assessing through Visible Thinking

Secondary school teachers and coordinators

1 sessions, start: 14-Feb

Course detail

Year: 2020
Level: Secondary
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: ESSARP - Deheza 3139, CABA
Facilitator/s: Ms. Paula Fabiana Del Bretto
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ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 2400.00
Non affiliate
ARS 2400.00


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 14 February 2020 09:30 am 04:30 pm


Paula Fabiana Del Bretto

Paula is a sworn translator and conference interpreter ( USAL/Appalachian State University. North Carolina, USA). She holds a Teacher Training degree in Higher Education, a post-graduate degree (UTN), a Master's degree in TEFL ( FUNIBER) and a Post-graduate Diploma in Educational Management and Innovation ( US21). She worked as Head in Colegio Arrayanes and is now teaching IGCSE Language, Literature, Public Speaking, Colegio St Mary of the Hills and Colegio San Esteban. At present she is a Visible Thinking techniques facilitator.
Secondary school teachers and coordinators
Analyze the impact of formative assessment through Visible Thinking Routines. Learn how to embed protocols in assessment instruments. Explore the principles of making students' thinking visible through evidence-based practices.
Strategies to include Visible Thinking Routines in evaluation processes. Actual examples and outcomes. Train the skill through hands-on experience.
Part 1: Brief introduction to Thinking Routines. Witness the power of applying VTR in testing.
Part 2: Craft your own assessment instrument by embedding assorted VTR.
- "Making Thinking Visible" Ron Ritchhart and David Perkins. "Making Thinking Visible," Educational Leadership 65, no. 5 (February 2008): 57-61.
- Intelligence in the Wild David N. Perkins and others “Intelligence in the Wild: A Dispositional View of Intellectual Traits,” Educational Psychology Review 12, no. 3 (2000): 269–93
- Embedded Formative Assessment: Strategies for Classroom Assessment That Drives Student Engagement and Learning, Dylan Wiliam.(2018)
- Hattie, J. (2012) Visible learning for teachers: Maximizing impact on learning (Routledge, London).
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