Professional Learning. November 16, 2011. Feedback. I am sure we are all DYING to know how the walk through went! Keep in mind, these were not evaluations of individual teachers, so I have no individual results.
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November 16, 2011
Now for some feedback!
Mr. Miller recognizes highest test grade, highest averages, and most improved for each class period in his classroom
Mrs. Stegall does “Student of the Month” where she recognizes students who are noteworthy for reasons other than academics
Mr. Sumner had students perform independent research via his online classroom on local government. Students completed graphic organizers and then were placed in groups. Students were then allowed to come from their groups and fill in examples on a graphic organizer on the white board. Students were eager for a turn at the board, which kept them all engaged and focused on the lesson.
*Bold= Marzano strategies; underlined=best practice for engagement
Mrs. Perrin’s Chemistry class tested elements to see the color flame that each produces. They charted these things among others. She related this to why fireworks have such vivid colors!
Mrs. Greer’s and Mrs. Houston’s co taught Biology class worked on classifying fishing lures to create a dichotomous key
This rubric really stood out as having language of the standards and content knowledge embedded. Each level of the rubric uses the terms from the GPS to communicate what is expected in this task.
It is worth noting that even though all rubrics were not ideal, the increased overall use of rubrics was complimented by the teams in the debriefing
Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Hendrix use anchor projects as models!
Mr. Miller uses higher order thinking and differentiation with his Civil War Tic-Tac-Toe. Very rigorous, too!
“Appreciation is a wonderful thing: It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.”
Keep up the GREAT work!!