Reflection: Routines and Procedures Understanding Teacher Feedback: Using - Section 2: Time for Review of Feedback + Your Revision Ticket Out


If you do not have in your school or district, then in all sincerity I advise you to head the committee to bring it to your workplace.  I do NOT work for, but I can say without reservation that this tool is the best thing to happen to my teaching in the last several years.

I find myself commenting more often and more thoroughly on each essay, and I have begun to swap comment sets (which you can do as they are small files) with my fellow teachers.

Also, the site helps you track submissions and due dates, etc. all the while eliminating the need for carrying around all those piles and piles and piles of papers.

As to the lesson, I would strongly recommend that you include the ticket out.  The ticket out reveals just how well students have digested your feedback.

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Understanding Teacher Feedback: Using

Unit 4: Writing an Editorial
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT utilize electronic teacher feedback from a recent essay in their efforts to revise the current project.

Big Idea: like all things Internet grading/assessing has come of age ...

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process, essay evaluation, writing evaluation
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