NESSC High School Redesign in Action Conference
Session One: Thursday, March 17th, 2:15 pm
Session Two: Thursday, March 17th, 3:45 pm
In Visible Learning for Teachers—which is based on a study of more than 900 meta-analyses representing well over 50,000 research articles and 240 million students—John Hattie describes what students want more than anything else in feedback they receive from teachers: they want to know how to improve their work so they can do better next time. Although many teachers incorporate formative assessment into their practice, these assessments don’t always give students the detailed feedback they want and need, and teachers don’t always use formative information to modify instruction. In this session, participants will explore the three elements that can increase the effectiveness of formative assessments: (1) using learning targets well, (2) giving valuable feedback, and (3) creating opportunities for re-teaching, interventions, and support in both classroom and school-wide practice.
In this session, participants will learn about a variety of structures and practices they can use to help students improve their work, strengthen their skills, and accelerate their learning.
Kasie Giallombardo | Social Students Teacher | Nokomis Regional High School
Sherri Gould |Literacy Coach | Nokomis Regional High School
Jean Haeger, Senior Associate | 207.773.0505 | firstname.lastname@example.org