How can we improve student learning while saving teacher sanity at the same time? In this edition of the Roundtable, Tim Cavey hosts a stimulating conversation around feedback and assessment in the English classroom. Guests included Marisa Thompson, Matthew Johnson, Gina Benz, and Tyler Rablin.
Questions That Guided Our Conversation
- 2:26 – Describe your journey with English assessment. How dark did it go for you, and where do you see teachers assessing their way to BURNOUT?
- 10:07 – What are some practical tools and STRATEGIES that actually improve student learning in the English classroom while saving teacher sanity?
- 31:04 – What else can you say about your present PHILOSOPHY of instruction and feedback? How do we need to think about assessment differently?
- 49:51 – Who are the voices and INFLUENCES that you learn from in this space?
- 53:21 – How can we learn with you going forward? Tell us about the work you’re most proud of and let us know where we can CONNECT.
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- Tyler Rablin @Mr_Rablin
- Gina Benz @GinaBenz605
- Marisa Thompson @MarisaEThompson
- Matthew Johnson @A2Matthew
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