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Craig Horpedahl Jul 9
Feedback for Learning answers 3 questions: 1. What am I aiming to achieve? 2. How much progress have I made so far? 3. What should I do next (how can I improve)? We do not need more feedback, we need to think about the quality and timing of feedback.
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Casey Peine Jul 8
Feedback to teachers makes learning visible. Learning from some of the best today!
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Jen Peace Jul 7
Sunday funday learning with PLC+ 5 essential questions! My favorite ? - who benefited and who did not! 🤩🤯
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Tara Noe Jul 9
Stop putting student work up in a singular form. Instead, post 1st draft, get peer feedback, post 2nd draft, get teacher feedback, post final draft (ONLY post in progression sets). What does that show that we value? FEEDBACK! Soon, Ss will be able to grade SELF.
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Ryan Anderson Jul 9
As teachers, are we coaches or referees? The timing and quality of your feedback will determine your role in the classroom. Thank you,
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Dr. Nicole Law Jul 8
Okaloosa County was in the house!
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Olivia Amador, Ed.D. Jul 8
Introduction to Visible Learning for Literacy and Math...it’s on Las Vegas!!! ⁩ ⁦
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Ms. Campi Jul 9
The Learning Pit-The Challenge of Learning: “how do we get them out of the pit?” It tends to be more possible than we think. Instead, we must focus on “how we get students INTO the pit.”
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Andrew Roberts Jul 8
“What if you could be the principal you want to be, not the principal you think you have to be?”
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Jill Nottingham Jul 9
‘Let’s see what you have learned SO FAR’ rather than ‘show me what you can do’
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T.J. Vari Jul 9
Problem: 40-60% of instructional time is spent on material that most students already know.
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Sarah Philp Jul 9
Let’s change the world together 🙏🏻🙌🏻
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Violeta Katsikis Jul 9
Thank you for allowing us to share our story. We learned along with our participants.
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Diana Nigro Jul 9
Powerful reminder from ...If the students do not SHOW or TELL us what they understand we have no idea if they understand it or not. Doing is not the same thing as understanding.
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Deb Hatada Jul 8
To our teachers representing ⁦⁩, thank you for your support of ALL our students!
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Brynn Alcain Jul 8
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Jill Nottingham Jul 9
Co construct success criteria with your students BEFORE you give any feedback ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Donna Wright Jul 9
Getting ready to learn about Feedback from James Nottingham.
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Jason Reath Jul 9
To enter the learning zone, we must leave the comfort zone. Thank you for taking us into the Learning Pit and back out again
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ChrisAllen Jan 28
We’re taking registrations for the Annual ⁦⁩ Conference in Las Vegas this summer. This will sell out quickly again so register ⁦⁩ today!
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