« How to Look at Student Work to Uncover Student Thinking

Register - June 14, Liberty High School

Teachers who look at student work for evidence of student thinking more than correctness get information and insights that help them give feedback to students and adjust instruction. Feedback is a key part of this work and can be a catalyst for change in student learning.

Participants in this session will analyze examples of feedback and learn effective feedback strategies. In addition, participants will collaboratively work to interpret student work, suggest effective feedback for the student, and consider next steps to keep students moving forward with learning.



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Our Keynote Speakers

Alice Oakley

Alice Oakley co-founded Education Resource Group in 2004. A former teacher, Alice received her Bachelor’s degree in Early and Middle Grades Education from Radford University. She earned a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She also holds an additional K-12 reading certification and is a National Board Certified Teacher.

As CEO of Education Resource Group, she develops and provides professional development to schools and school systems around the world. When she is not working, she spends time with her husband, 3 kids, 2 dogs, and a horse in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.