Algebra I Keystone Supplemental Instruction & Remediation Workshop
Listening to Students Forum
Students tell us about their learning experiences through many mediums – their facial expressions, their performance on formative and summative assessments, and through their written and verbal comments.
there other ways that you 'listen' to students in order to inform
your classroom activities?
Which methods of communication are of most value / which methods of communication provide information that is most specific to the individual learner?
How do we capture the essence of student learning needs and gaps when the time between administration and scoring of the assessment does not support timely remediation or differentiation?
Write three paragraphs directly addressing each of the preceding questions (one paragraph for each question).
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|Other ways to listen to students to inform activities||Susan Scholl||1||Dave Henrich
Tue, 24 Sep 2013, 1:49 PM