Wednesday, August 26, 2015

This article from We Are Teachers provides some interesting ideas on quick formative assessments.  One example is

 9. Ask the Right Questions

Instead of asking “What are you doing?” ask, “What are you trying to learn?” That way, the answer “I’m doing a worksheet” or “I’m discussing the chapter” won’t cut it. Students need to know what they’re trying to learn and how they’re going to change, or they won’t recognize their learning when it happens.

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