April 2016 4
By Scott Sterling This is the second post (part 1 is here) discussing ten feedback strategies developed by the new Learning Sciences Dylan Wiliam Center that provide students with more meaningful insight and deeper thought into their mastery process. In all classes, feedback should be embraced as an integral part of the education process. Yet, […]
By Scott Sterling Giving students feedback on their progress is a decisive part of helping them grow in their abilities. But for too long, the traditional feedback methods have been less than insightful and, sometimes, even punitive. With a little thought and creativity, your student feedback strategies can be just as thought-provoking as your lessons. […]
By Scott Sterling This is the last in a series of posts about actionable strategies that any teacher can use to reach students with varying exceptionalities. This week: students with autism spectrum disorders. Autism comes in many forms, from mild to severe. General education teachers rarely if ever see students who are severely autistic. But […]
By Scott Sterling This is the second in a series of posts about actionable strategies that any teacher can use to reach students with varying exceptionalities. This week: students with dyslexia. Until recent years, dyslexia has often been treated as almost a death sentence to a student’s academic career. The truth is that, with the […]
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