Assessment in Instruction Part 3: Growing through Student Feedback

Open to: All teachers.

Opportunity at a Glance: Our previous post offered resources to support with planning aligned student self-assessments. Student self-assessment can be a powerful driver of learning. In this professional learning activity, you will learn about student self-assessment strategies and how to determine which one will best support student learning in your next lesson. Participants will reflect on a teacher receiving feedback from students and discuss how this model of feedback could positively impact instruction and levels of trust in a classroom. Then, they will develop a plan to implement and respond to a cycle of student feedback in their own classroom or school environment.

As a reminder, teachers have access to 70 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) eBook titles to supplement and strengthen their practice. Some titles that connect to student feedback include:

Take action: See the full collection on WeTeachNYC.

For more information: Email the Teacher Effectiveness team with questions and to share your feedback, or visit the other Cycle of Learning series.