Wiripaang Public School - text explanation of sample

There are two pages in this annotation from the evidence set from Wiripaang Public School.

The first page of this annotation shows four photographs of a writing wall in a classroom. The first photo is of the drafting of student work. The second photo is of the planning of student work. The third photo is of published student work. The fourth photo is of published student work.

School staff have written an annotation for the photographs which is included here:

Artefact 1.2 shows the development from planning, drafting and publishing. All classrooms explicitly teach writing and ensure that students understand how to improve their writing by making feedback and learning goals visible.

The second page of this annotation shows student growth using student work samples. There are two work samples with student writing and drawings. The third photo is of the Learning Progressions matrix showing student achievement this class. The fourth photo is of a graph of the data entered into the tool, Plotting Literacy and Numeracy 2 showing each students growth every five weeks.

School staff have written an annotation for the photographs which is included here:

Artefact 1.3 is an example of tracking student achievement over time. Writing samples are analysed by teachers during Impact Meetings utilising the Learning Progressions Writing Tool. Teachers update PLAN2 every five weeks and our Instructional Leader then downloads and collates the PLAN2 data which is a record of student observable behaviours in the different areas. What we are looking for is each student making growth every five weeks.


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