TAGS:
Grade Level
Middle (5 – 8)
Subject
Math
Topic/Practice
Evidence of Learning
Student Ownership
Date
8/14/2014

The Evidence Game: Building Student Ownership
DESCRIPTION
See how Mr. Cline uses the evidence game to build student ownership and encourage a culture of effective feedback in his Grade 7 Math classroom.
  • CC.SS.Mathematics.7.G.1 Solve problems involving scale drawings from geometric figures, including computing actual lengths, areas from a scale drawing and reproducing a scale drawing at a different scale.
  • CONFIRM YOUR LEARNING
    • How does Mr. Cline cycle the learning targets to keep the learning connected?
    • Why do you think Mr. Cline said “I don’t want the answer…talk about the process.”?
    CONFIRM YOUR PRACTICE
    • How do you collect formative evidence of learning?
    • What strategies do you use when your students have misconceptions or do not know the answer?
    CONFIRM YOUR COMMITMENT
    • How will you keep your students “active and involved” and accountable for the learning targets?
    • How will you convey to your students that it is “not okay” to not know the answer/process/content?