Ken O’Connor is an independent consultant on grading and reporting. He has been a professional development presenter in 35 countries outside North America, 47 states in the USA, all provinces and two territories in Canada. His 23 year teaching career included experience as a geography teacher and department head at 6 schools in Toronto and […]
When teachers give retakes and shift the way they talk about grades, students concentrate on the skills they’re gaining—not their scores.
Providing math students with positive feedback can help them clarify their thinking, take risks, and apply concepts in new contexts.
In this episode, Isaac and Starr Sackstein discuss giving effective feedback and ways teachers can manage giving feedback and holding students accountable in order to be efficient in maintaining the strategies you share with kids. Effective feedback is how we increase learning for all kids. The better we do it, the better they learn. How […]
Deep Thoughts From the Dashboard, a Reflection Revelation