Passions & Projects 3 Comments Hi Thomas, I am part of a department in Helena, MT. We are beginning to look a lot at the JCPS units and assessments. They are wonderful. We are wondering if you consult or assist departments in learning about performance-based assessments, developing assessments, and making the shift from textbooks tests to performance-based… Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks again! Therese Good evening! A quick question about Jefferson County. I have seen many times the INTERPERSONAL RUBRIC that you and Greg had created that is then converted to grades by proficiency targets. How does the interpretive mode get assessed to match the targets? Eileen Interpretive is a much more complicated issue and personally I have a hard time using rubrics when assessing the interpretive mode. Nevertheless there are others IPA Manual, Creative Language Class, that have attempted to creating such rubrics. For me interpretive is a more formative tasks that requires instant feedback (feedback that is more black/white than the gray feedback in interpersonal/presentational). I’m also leaning towards thinking that students won’t be able to meet their interpersonal/presentational targets without having met the interpretive first. Submit a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of new posts by email.