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This Edition: Use Technology to Collect Data | Shanna Peeples: Think Like Socrates | Performance as a Culminating Activity

Collect and analyze formative assessment data.
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2015 NTOY Shanna Peeples shares how student-created questions transform teaching.
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Students write and perform a talk show or courtroom drama to demonstrate understanding.
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What burning questions do your students have about the world?

2015 National Teacher of the Year Shanna Peeples says, “Allowing students to own their learning through creating questions is the most fundamental change” a teacher can make in their teaching practice. Letting student questions lead the learning is just one way to make learning and assessment more creative in your classroom, but the catch for most teachers is figuring out how to assess project and performance-based student learning in a way that’s both meaningful and efficient. Try using technology to collect student data or building a better rubric for PBL. Both of these strategies will make the task of assessment more manageable, and your students will thank you for imaginative and engaging projects that inspire their curiosity.

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Five tips to help you get started with integrating assessment best practices into your projects to help you uphold rigor and student engagement.


 
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