Looking at Student Work
Students produce a great deal of work both in and out of school. What can these products tell us about what students have learned? Course participants will gain skills and knowledge in how teachers can best examine student work to provide feedback, assign grades, assess students' strengths and learning needs, and differentiate instruction. What kinds of class work and homework yield the most information about students' learning? What kinds of feedback truly encourage learning and growth? How can teachers guide students to assess their own work as well as that of their peers? And how are teacher teams collaboratively examining student work and using their findings to improve instruction? Course conversations will highlight a wide range of student work--from traditional seat work to authentic performances--which can be applied to all content and grade levels. Investigation and use of protocols as a key tool to process insightful conversations and actions for student achievement and instructional interventions are explored.
To register for this course, please click on the link http://www.renewteachingcredential.com which will forward you to JMB Associates company site for you to complete Ashland University enrollment and course payment. Receipt and enrollment email will be sent to you upon completion of process.
- Location of Meeting:online with JMB Associates