Critical Periods: Midterm Reset
Domains: Feedback & Grading
To provide students with a tool that will help them target studying efforts in anticipation of an assessment.
By providing targeted feedback, students will gain the skills and content knowledge needed to perform their best on an assessment.
Each student gets a feedback form highlighting the top areas in which they had shown success and the most important areas to focus their studying during the upcoming review week.
The feedback form should explicitly state what content skill and what non-content skill (perseverence, metacognitive strategy, etc.) they need to work on.
Feedback form for student use: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hCDzeIyOFSjVYcPf-s4bGLI0nzxEQCrijAutSMNFtQ0/edit?usp=sharing
Student Agency Improvement Community. (2016) Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
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Establish an AP Onboarding Structure
Attributes of High-Quality Work and a Vision for Attaining It
Data Collection and Analysis and Real-Time Assessment
“Did I” Sheets
Questions Without Answers
Alternative Formative Assessments (Dipsticks)
Course Onboarding (Academic)