Reflecting on the Work
"After learners have completed the unit, teachers gather the resulting student work to examine and learn from it in a process of collaborative inquiry. Our project has used several structured protocols to guide that inquiry by peers. Teachers presenting student work then take the insights from the panel and revisit what they’ve done, making decisions about what they’d keep and what they’d change as they circle back to begin planning again." Kathy Grundei
How do we look at our results together?
Protocols for looking at student work have been developed for many purposes. Commonly, protocols include close descriptive reading of student work samples and invite teachers to develop and share interpretations of the meanings of student work samples.