Ask, Ask, Ask is a verbal, individual-student method of checking for understanding. You could think of this method as _checking for understanding using questioning.î However, there are couple of subtleties that make this method more than just asking questions. First, you are not asking a single question of a single student, but rather a set of similar questions to several students in quick succession. Second, you should wait to reveal the correct answer until you have sampled enough students to make an inference about the whole classs understanding.
Following are the items you must submit to earn this micro-credential and the criteria by which they will be evaluated. To earn the micro-credential, you must receive passing scores for Part 1 and a “Proficient” or “Exemplary” for each descriptor in the Part 2 rubric.
To earn the Checking For Understanding Using Ask, Ask, Ask micro-credential, you must submit video of two distinct checks for understanding using Ask, Ask, Ask and analyze each clip. Each artifact is assessed according to a four-point rubric. To earn this micro-credential, you must score at least a “3” or “Proficient” for each descriptor.
A: Check For Understanding Clips:
B: Video Analysis:
Please note: Across your artifacts, you should preserve the identity of your students (e.g., redact names, do not use first and last names).
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