Presentation on theme: "Monitoring students’ understanding of content through a variety of means, providing feedback to students to assist learning, and adjusting learning activities."— Presentation transcript:
Monitoring students’ understanding of content through a variety of means, providing feedback to students to assist learning, and adjusting learning activities as the situation demands.
Introduce the topic There are many different ways to be sure students have the correct understanding of the material being taught.
Introduction Explain why ALL THREE topics are important Describe feedback and how/why you may need to make adjustments to instructions Conclusion
How do you monitor students? How do you give students feedback? How do you adjust lessons when needed? Hint: C4 can take place before, during and after. (D1 will be more after the lesson is taught)
A teacher can tell if a student is understanding the content or material Artifact Idea: Checking a student’s work After monitoring, a teacher provides feedback to ensure them with progress or assist with help When teachers monitor and provide feedback they can use info to adjust their lessons as needed
A variety of ways and it helps to keep students on track Specific verbal comments or remarks made to individuals and/or groups Feedback can be nonverbal Feedback can come from others, activities, self-checking materials, etc…
Checked work/graded work Answers students’ questions when providing accurate information Verbal comments Nonverbal communication Grade sheets (w/parent signature) Example of adjusting a lesson during class
This is a critical part to becoming a great teacher! Students receive the help they need this way Helps students and parents know about their progress and understand information Teachers can adjust their instructional material if it is not effective It can be accomplished through a variety of ways