A contemporary method for looking at student work turns the table on how student products are viewed. Rather than teachers independently appraising student work for the purposes of student feedback or grades, a collaborative approach brings teachers together to examine student work as a tool to inform.
Why do you look at student work? Is your analysis and evaluation of student work for grading–student centered or for reflection on your own teaching & learning–teacher-centered? Conventional Use of Student Work As teachers, we examine student work every minute of every day. Some of that work is intangible: discussion of concepts, generation of […]