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    • Gerald Ardito

      Week 2 Work

      Here is the work for Week 2: 0. Brief Video. Please watch this brief video which talks about the work for this week. I also demonstrate how to post your work to Pace Commons. 1. Reading Responses. You are going to do our first round of reading responses this week. In order to do so, we will...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Dr. Ardito's EDG 605 Week 1 Reading Responses

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        • Christopher Willem

          Reading Response 1- Chris Willem

          Week 2 Chris Willem             In terms of assessment, I liken formative and summative assessments to practice and a performance or game. In my classroom, in preparation for an exam I usually tell my students, “Would you show up ...

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          • Mashfiq Ahmed

            Mashfiq Ahmed's EDG-605 Week 2 Reading Response

            Based on what I know about feedback and assessment, assessment is done in an effort to determine how a student is progressing and how much of the content they understand. Afterwards, a teacher typically provides feedback (either written or verbal). Students will ideally use this feedback to corre...

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            • Germa Dubois

              Germa Dubois EDG 605 Reading Response Week 2

              Germa Dubois Professor Gerald Ardito EDG 605   The difference between what I think I know about feedback and assessment and what research tells me, is that feedback and assessment is a way to further assist your students in their weak areas. In assessment, you are basically check...

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              • Mellicea Campbell

                Week 2 Formative Assessment

                Feedback and Assessment My understanding of feedback and assessment is that they are used an ongoing basis to assess a student on their growth and understanding of a topic been taught. I also believe that most of these assessment takes away learning time from the student in a different subject...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Week 4 Work

                  Here is the work for Week 4. 0. Short video. I have created a short video that responds to your reading responses from Week 2. Please have a look. 1. Response to Feedback. We have spent a good deal of time in the course so far engaged in the relationship between assessment and feedback and ...

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                  • Kevin Walker

                    kevin Walker 605 wk 2 Reading Response

                    What are the differences between what we think we know about feedback and assessment, and what research tells us? Everyone complains about his or her students from time to time. We say they are not learning; they are not getting this topic, and or they are not listening to us. But if we were, ...

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                    • Anees Mohammad


                      The purpose of feedback in the classroom is to enhance the learning experience of students. Feedback should be salient so that students can take actional steps to either improve the quality of their work or to stimulate their understanding of a topic. In the classroom, feedback should be provided...

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                      • Christopher Colella

                        Christopher Colella - Week Two - Reading Response 1

                        Generally, I notice how students perceive assessments and quizzes as a tool for students to compare and judge students, instead of looking past the grade and seeing the meaning behind the grade. I believe this mainly has to do with the fixed mindset that many of the students I observe have toward...

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