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different activities getting my students in the mood for learning is the most effective. 3) What data do you collect on or about your students to monitor their learning? How do you evaluate this data and adjust your instruction? Teacher Answer Petska I monitor my students through informal assessments; mostly through discussion and think-pair-share answers. Usually if students can answer a question, explain something to a partner, or reflect critically, I know that I can move on in the lessons. Hubbard I collect data through iReady simulations; diagnostic testing to place students at a grade level and continuous remediation until they test out of that grade level. I monitor their time and gains on a bi-weekly basis. If I notice them not gaining, I pull and small-group instruct. Reed Recording anecdotal notes on my students helps me remember their struggles in reading and how I can begin to plan to help them. Preservice Teacher/Candidate Reflections 1) Reflect on a lesson you have taught and what professional development you would find useful to improve student learning outcomes to improve this lesson. Describe the lesson The students will be able to read content from various sources and identify the main idea Overview of student outcomes Students receive several paragraphs or articles on a worksheet. Write the main idea for each article or multiple-choice answers. Create a headline for each or multiple-choice answers. For homework, give each student another article without a headline. Assign them to read and write the main idea and a creative headline. The teacher will collect the completed pages. This will be used as an assessment.
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  • Summer '19
  • Test, Summative assessment, Mrs. Kimberly Hubbard

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