Sharing assessment & grading strategies that help students learn
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Welcome aboard, Michelle! :)
I am a teacher at King George Middle School. Currently, I am SPED Chair and teach World History I but I have also taught at the elementary level in a self-contained classroom. I have been interested in the topic of assessment for several years, especially after working with the students who qualify for the Virginia Alternative Assessment (VAAP) and teaching at a school that was struggling with accreditation. I look forward to our discussions.
See you tomorrow, Lisa!
Thank you so much for coming out and working with us today. I am a former high school history teacher and am now an elementary assistant principal at Potomac Elementary school in King George. This has been a large shift in mindset in terms of how to view assessments for the students. I am interested in learning how to support my teachers better through this process.
It has been a fun day for me. Let me know how I can help in the future! :)
I am also new to Salem High School and will be a first year special education teacher. I have used formative assessments as a low-pressure way to assess students' knowledge. I look forward to using formative assessments and keeping data on the results as a way to drive instruction.
This is my second year as ITRT for Middlesex County Public Schools and I love it! Prior to my ITRT position, I taught 6th grade at St Clare Walker Middle School in Middlesex for 11 years. I taught in Essex County for 7 years before coming to Middlesex. I am originally from the Pittsburgh, PA area, so I have been a Steelers fan my whole life. I am excited to learn more about standards based learning as our K-2 grades are transitioning to this form of grading. In my role as ITRT, I enjoy bringing technology and real-world applications to our students.
I look forward to working with you, Nicole!
Hello. I am a Mathematics Teacher at Middlesex High School in Saluda, Va. I am looking forward to expanding my knowledge and implementing new strategies into my classroom.
Thanks, Stephanie! I look forward to working with you.
My name is Carson Yauger and I teach third grade at Middlesex Elementary School. I taught my first year in Richmond City Public Schools, and the last four years at Middlesex Elementary School. My team has been implementing alternative assessments in our classrooms, and I am looking forward to bringing back more information and ideas to them.
I look forward to meeting you, Carson!