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Principles of Looking at Student Work
Student work is serious work.
When looking at students' work, an "inquiry" stance is key.
The work of students can and should be public.
It is important to look at students' work in depth, with others, and
over time and to engage in reflective dialogue about the work, the
student, and teaching and learning.
It is important to match the purpose for "looking" at the work, the
form of the work, and the protocol used.
Standards must be an important element of the conversation.
Looking at student work is one way to strengthen connections
between student learning and changes in instruction, curriculum,
or other aspects of school life.
Student work is key data about the life of the school.
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