Involving Students

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Involving Students

#1: Define the learning destination - provide students with their learning targets and grading criteria to that they can peer & self-evaluate to achieve their goal.#2: Feed the learning forward - maximize feedback so that students know what their next steps are.#3: Co-construct the criteria - make uniformed decisions so that students understand what they are expected to learn. #4: Engage students - allow them to collect evidence, analzye the results, and evaluate how well they did. (Reeves, 2007)


Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them.

#1: Formative Classroom Assessment - When students are involved in the assessment process, they achieve at higher levels.#2:Quality Feedback for Learning - Specific and descriptive feedback is formative; evaluative feedback is summative.#3: Motivation - Emphasize learning and performance; Using feedback will motivate and encourage.#4: Summative Evaluation - Provides evidence that students have achieved their learning goals. ( Reeves, 2007)


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References:Common core state standards initiative. (2015). Retrieved from, D. (2007). Ahead of the curve: The power of assessment to transform teaching and learning, 1e. Bloominton, IN: Sage Tree Press.

It is essential for educators to increase the amount of feedback they are giving to students. The quality, timing, and amount of feedback is significant to student learning. Students are highly motivated when they have more choice in their learning process. Involve them in their assessment and evaluation process. (Reeves, 2007)

For example, express the calculation "add 8 and 7, then multipy by 2" as 2 * (8 +7).Recognize that 3 * (18932 + 921) is three times as large as 18932 + 921, without having to calculate the indicated sum or product (Common Core Standards initiative, 2015).


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