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Student pre-annotation lets teachers grade writing based on student intentions, resulting in a more robust understanding of their work.
You spend hours marking and commenting on student work, and then they don't even read your feedback. The solution is all in how you time it.
How to make conferencing on essays with 30 students manageable and effective—and the unexpected benefit conferences can bring.
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A major barrier to innovation in the classroom is teacher exhaustion. I regularly work with teachers who like the idea of trying new teaching strategies, blended learning models, and technology tools,
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http://www.timbedley.com 4th and 5th graders from Tim Bedley's class show how NOT to conduct a peer review. Tim Bedley is the 2013 Riverside County Teacher o...
Teaching our students to prewrite, write, and rewrite is a difficult process. Much like getting students to show their work in math, process writing is a challenge for gifted students who work intu…
By Adam Loretto, Sara DeMartino, and Amanda Godley National studies tell us that most students experience peer review at least once per year, typically in an English Language Arts class. They bring…
A 3-perspective reading response (as a reader, a writer and a human being) has been a helpful tool for Sarah Donovan's students during their peer discussions.
High School students in David Olio's literature class critique each others' writing using a "critical friends" protocol.
Instructors teaching a writing-intensive course, or any course that requires students to produce a substantial amount of writing, should consider creating opportunities for students to read and respon
When you ask your students to do peer review of their writing, do they stare at you with puzzled expressions? Here are five specific, hands-on approaches to peer conferencing that your students can re