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Move All Assessment into the Classroom: Save Time and Provide Real-time Feedback

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Would you and your teachers like to save time and provide real-time, effective feedback to students? Teachers routinely take home hours of grading. Providing feedback on stacks of student work is draining, especially when it robs teachers of precious time with their families. It also robs them of the time, energy, and creativity needed to design engaging lessons and projects. Join Catlin Tucker as she explains how you can to use the Station Rotation Model to move assessment back into the classroom, so students can receive real-time feedback as they work. She will share details of how she's moved all assessment back into the classroom and saved time doing it


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Assessment & Review , Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: assessment, feedback, saving time, station rotation model, stations, time-saving

Reviews (39)

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Basic Member
Thank you!
nice work
Basic Member
Great info on assessments.
Basic Member
I really liked this! Very helpful in seeing ways to implement station rotations at the high school level. She even included some classroom management ideas like having students email their parent and cc the teacher when they are not getting work done. She provides students an email template to fill in. I only wish that there were examples of stations for other subjects. Catlin only discusses secondary level English, which is the subject she teachers.
Basic Member
Some repetition at the beginning, but good information about how to work assessments into the bodel. I really liked the one-on-one assessment time.
Basic Member
Very informative!
Basic Member
great info
I am familiar with stations with my background as a first grade teacher. This presentation helps me see how to apply it to older students. I love the idea of students seeing the reasoning behind the grading.
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