Descriptive, Actionable Feedback in Math Instruction: Insights and Tools for Students’ Self-Monitoring their Growing Competencies – Rick Wormeli
Facilitating descriptive and actionable feedback with students as agents of their own learning is one of the surest steps we take toward students’ self-efficacy in math classes, Pre-K through Grade 12, as helpful feedback, analyzing where we are in relation to our academic goals, and revising one’s learning in light of all three are key to student success. Join us for a provocative session in which we explore practical feedback principles and techniques, busting myths along the way, and all done in full service of effective math instruction and student maturity. Here, we’re helping students become active, not passive, in monitoring their growing proficiency and building agency. In the modern era, we do not declare student math proficiencies as of one arbitrary calendar date from on high: Instead, we coach students to do the heavy lifting, critiquing.
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