How might we respond when assessment results remain stagnant and students do not seem to be making progress?
What might we do when we realize that students are not retaining content that they have supposedly mastered?
Are there practices that have become so commonplace that we don’t stop to think about whether we should be using them?
Making the Standards Come Alive! What is the best way to learn and practice math facts? What about students who are already in middle school and still don’t have automaticity? Which practices will finally help those math facts “stick?” Read Heather’s recommendations in the latest issue of Making the Standards Come Alive!titled ” Math Fact Fluency.”
October Mentoring Memo This month’s Mentoring Memo focuses on making assessment a learning experience. Both you and those you mentor will enjoy exploring the twenty suggested formats for gathering assessment data while engaging students in active and rigorous learning. Additionally, we are featuring two of Bruce Oliver’s many Just for the ASKing! e-newsletters on making assessment a learning experience; these issues focus on the power of growth-producing feedback.
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