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Grasps for assessment design

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Using GRASPS to design performance tasks for IB units

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Grasps for assessment design

  1. 1. Designing Authentic Assessments Using G.R.A.S.P.S. (Goal, Role, Audience, Situation, Product, Standards)
  2. 2.  Goal  Role  Audience  Situation  Product, performance, and purpose  Standards and criteria for success Grasps Wiggins & McTigh
  3. 3. Goal: Your task is ___________________ or The goal is to _________________ Key Concept Related Concepts Statement of Inquiry Copy your statement of inquiry EXACTLY into ONE of the starters below:
  4. 4. ROLE: You are________________ AUDIENCE: The audience is _____ SITUATION: The context you find yourself in is _____________ PRODUCT/PERFORMANCE: You will create a _________ in order to __________________ You need to develop _______ so that __________________
  5. 5. Success. (This is not the place to use ONLY MYP criteria, but also CCSS and criteria for what the teacher would like in terms of their own expectations) – Your performance needs to _____________ – Your work will be judged by _____________ Standards for Success
  6. 6. (G) The goal is for students to understand that patterns may represent relationships in order to model and analyze their behavior. (R) You are a meteorologist who analyses geographic data to determine if cities need to be evacuated. (A) You work for the Weather Channel, specializing in detailing the likely paths of hurricanes and the dangers it presents to specific cities. (S) A hurricane is about to hit the eastern seaboard of the U.S. and evacuation notices may need to be given. (P) You will create a written report for the Weather Channel and will present your findings. (S) Your report needs to include the two graphs (longitude vs. time and latitude vs. time) with detailed calculations of the lines of best fit, predictions of where the hurricane will be in 6 and 12 hours and suggestions as to which cities may need evacuating. You will be judged by Criterion B & Criterion C in Mathematics.
  7. 7. Goal: Innovative relationships founded in pattern define the artistry of a culture. Role: You are a playground architect specialist. Audience: Your target audience is children up to the age of 8 years old and the school planning committee. Situation: The context that you find yourself in is that there is a pre- existing space and the equipment is all very old. Product: As a class, you will plan a completely new playground space. Each student will then design one piece of equipment that will fit in the space. The playground must reflect the culture of your local environment and must include a special entrance that is defined by pattern. Standards for Success: This task will be judged by criteria A & B in Mathematics.
  8. 8. (G) The goal is for students to understand that patterns may represent relationships in order to model and analyze their behavior. (R) You are a meteorologist who analyses geographic data to determine if cities need to be evacuated. (A) You work for the Weather Channel, specializing in detailing the likely paths of hurricanes and the dangers it presents to specific cities. (S) A hurricane is about to hit the eastern seaboard of the U.S. and evacuation notices may need to be given. (P) You will create a written report for the Weather Channel and will present your findings. (S) Your report needs to include the two graphs (longitude vs. time and latitude vs. time) with detailed calculations of the lines of best fit, predictions of where the hurricane will be in 6 and 12 hours and suggestions as to which cities may need evacuating. You will be judged by Criterion B & Criterion C in Mathematics.
  9. 9. Goal: Innovative relationships founded in pattern define the artistry of a culture. Role: You are a playground architect specialist. Audience: Your target audience is children up to the age of 8 years old and the school planning committee. Situation: The context that you find yourself in is that there is a pre- existing space and the equipment is all very old. Product: As a class, you will plan a completely new playground space. Each student will then design one piece of equipment that will fit in the space. The playground must reflect the culture of your local environment and must include a special entrance that is defined by pattern. Standards for Success: This task will be judged by criteria A & B in Mathematics.
  10. 10. Looking at your GRASPS, how is this statement true? “Children most often learn through playing a ‘junior version’ of the real thing” — David Perkins, from Making Learning Whole, 2014

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