OPAPP

Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project

  1. Austin's Butterfly Part 1

    OPAPP uses the student feedback story, Austin's Butterfly, to illustrate the value and success obtainable using teacher and student feedback in your classroom.

    Part I: Austin's Butterfly is an example of peer feedback used with first graders in Boise, Idaho to help Austin improve his drawing of a butterfly.

    Austin was asked to draw a butterfly for his schools fund raising cards. This series of Austin's butterfly drawings as shared by Ron Berger illustrates the success available using peer feedback techniques in your classroom.

  2. OPAPP Leading the Way

    An introduction to OPAPP and the value of technology in the classroom. There was a young student, who shared his guitar music with the boss, who recorded it on her iPhone, emailed the music recording with the instructions, "use this." The speed of technology is all around us and can impact education in wonderful ways. OPAPP is leading the way.

    Discover - OPAPP: opapp.education.ohio.gov/
    Follow - OPAPP: opapp.tv
    Show Us Your OPAPP: tvsvpro.com

  3. What OPAPP Students think of technology

    What do OPAPP students think of Technology? How does technology help the student achieve.

    OPAPP teachers share there experiences.

  4. How has OPAPP changed your teaching? Webinar ODE

    OPAPP Teachers interviewed Fall 2013, sharing their experiences on how OPAPP changed their teaching.

  5. OPAPP's Impact on Students

    OPAPP's teachers share their observations about how OPAPP has changed their students.

  6. Five Whys Across

    The "Five Whys Across" is a problem-solving, re-engagement technique developed by Margaret Searle, a response to intervention specialist. This template is designed to discover the root cause of a problem and can be used with students or with an entire school. This video is an example of how one group used the template to address their concern about giving feedback in place of traditional grades.

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