Communicating Test Scores
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Communicating Test Scores of Students Performing Below Expected Proficiency Levels Assess
Communicating Test Scores of Students Performing Below Expected Proficiency Levels Meet
Communicating Test Scores of Students Performing Below Expected Proficiency Levels Discuss and Plan
Before the test, students will be given a rubric of what is expected of them. This rubric will also be displayed in the room and sent to parents. It will remain visible during the test.
If a student performs below the expected proficiency level, a meeting will take place with the student and parent to discuss ways the student was successful and what needs to be re-assessed. Depending on the type of test, the teacher may ask guided questions to illicit a new, more correct answer during this time.
During the meeting, the 3 individuals: student, parent and teacher will decide on an action plan. The weight of the burden of this plan resides on the sholders of the student. This plan will ultimately include some form of re-assessment of the student's knowledge.
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