I like using the "see, think, wonder" thinking routine with a few colleagues. It comes from the Harvard School of Education Project Zero.
Here is the routine broken down http://www.visiblethinkingpz.org/VisibleThinking_html_files/03_ThinkingRoutines/03c_Core_routines/SeeThinkWonder/SeeThinkWonder_Routine.html
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Not viewing the name until after looking at the work
I like using the "Analyzing Student Work Protocol" with teachers from the New Teacher Center. It really helps teachers not only see that particular piece of work, but the impact of that work on their instruction for the days to come.
Depends on what needs to be looked at. I like the Tuning In protocol and Issaquah Protocol, more so Issaquah, since it gives more indepth details and invite others' point of view before making a decision on your own. It broadens your perspective, so to speak.
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