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  • Grosse Pointe, MI
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Instructional Coach Lisa Westman (lisawestman.com) shares this video as an ex. of a common mistake teachers make when trying to implement AFL - collecting evidence but not USING it to inform instruction and empower learners.
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Instructional Coach Lisa Westman (lisawestman.com) shares this video as an ex. of a common mistake teachers make when trying to implement AFL - collecting evidence but not USING it to inform instruction and empower learners.
Mar 30
Elizabeth Cox replied to Scott Habeeb's discussion Please Introduce Yourself
"Hello! I am Elizabeth Cox, a Learning Support Specialist at a PK-12 independent school in Michigan. It's important to me to stay engaged in current thinking about teaching and learning. I am familiar with assessment for learning and SBL as…"
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"Welcome to The Assessment Network. Please introduce yourself by clicking on the Forum tab at the top of the page & replying to the Introductions Forum. It doesn't have to be anything long. Just a short "Who I Am" and perhaps the…"
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University Liggett School
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Upper School Learning Support Specialist

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At 1:58pm on March 30, 2017, Scott Habeeb said…
Welcome to The Assessment Network. Please introduce yourself by clicking on the Forum tab at the top of the page & replying to the Introductions Forum. It doesn't have to be anything long. Just a short "Who I Am" and perhaps the reason for your interest in Assessment.
Also, I would suggest clicking on the "Read 1st" tab at the top of the main page.
Finally, if you use Twitter, I would invite you to follow me at @scotthabeeb. No random tweets - just information useful for educators.
 
 
 

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