OPAPP

Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project

  1. Lists Charts Graphic Organizers

    Lists, charts and graphic organizers are great tools because not all students learn in a linear way. These tools help students focus on the connections between facts rather than just recalling them, leading to a deeper understanding of information.

    These are good for both high and low-level students who are visual learners.
    - Tracy

    Charts get them to reflect upon what they need to study.
    - Shannon

    Intervention Specialists are really good at this to help lower-level learners.
    - Nancy

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  2. Traffic Light - An Immediate Response Technique

    Traffic Light is a fun, visual immediate response technique. See how one science Teacher along with her special Ed Teacher uses Traffic Light during computer lab.

    "Find out whether your students are ready to move on." - Anne

    "It is going to work" - Nancy

    "Good in lab situation." - Meri

    "Students with green cups can help other students." - Tracy

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  3. OPAPP Overview

    This video provides an overview of the Ohio Performance Assessment Pilot Project (OPAPP) including the goals, the format and background on the Dyad System - the basis of the whole project.

  4. OPAPP-FITs-Quiz-1

    Share your Formative Instructional Technique knowledge with a friend. Can you identify the FITs in this video?

  5. OPAPP-FITs-Quiz-2

    Share your Formative Instructional Technique knowledge with a friend. Can you identify the FITs in this video?

  6. OPAPP-FITs-Quiz-3

    Share your Formative Instructional Technique knowledge with a friend. Can you identify the FITs in this video?

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