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Jenn Shannon
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  • Salem, VA
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Jenn Shannon commented on Jenn Shannon's blog post The "Oh, I'm getting it!" moment
"It is so funny to read this seven years later.  AFL is "the norm" in classes now.  "
Feb 22
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Feb 21
Jenn Shannon commented on Scott Habeeb's blog post 1/11/17 Applying SBL Philosophy
"Hannah S, Kara H, Elliott P, Jimmy W., Beth D, and Jenn S: Student 1 could peer tutor Student 2 on Standard #2.   Student 2 could peer tutor Student 1 on Standard #1 Student 3 could benefit from working with both peer tutors above."
Jan 11
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Apr 13, 2016
Jenn Shannon replied to Scott Habeeb's discussion Tools for the "Standard 7 Teacher"
"One tool that I just used today is Quizizz.  It was great to see immediate data on each kid and be able to then pull a few kids to work with on specific skills.  "
Apr 13, 2016
Jenn Shannon replied to Scott Habeeb's discussion Using AFL/SBL to Analyze a Common Assessment Practice: Earning Back Points on a Test
"Allowing students to complete test corrections can be used to increase student learning, but only if the students have to assess what they missed, why they missed it, and state what the correct answer should have been.  Simply choosing another…"
Feb 24, 2016
Jenn Shannon replied to Scott Habeeb's discussion Pretend You're a "Grade Coach"
"I would say that the teacher needs to keep the end goal in mind......the grade must reflect the student's level of mastery...nothing more, nothing less.   To me, it looks like this student is one who does not do his homework or turn in his…"
Nov 12, 2014
Jenn Shannon commented on Scott Habeeb's blog post Ideas for AFL/SBL Exit Slips
"I like having students put their heads down and then rate themselves 1, 2, or 3.  One represents that they feel that they have mastered the concept; two represents that they have an understanding, but still need assistance; three represents…"
Oct 22, 2014
Jenn Shannon posted a blog post

The "Oh, I'm getting it!" moment

I think I'm finally, after 6 years of teaching, having an "ah-ha" moment that should really be an "oh, duh" moment! In working to use AFL more and more in my daily class activities, I have really been focusing on using technology to reinforce learning.Yesterday in one of my Algebra I Part 2 classes, I had a student say, "Oh, this is totally making sense now." He wasn't using technology at the moment, but merely working out of a textbook while at one of my station activities. I loved it! Today…See More
Nov 19, 2010
Scott Habeeb left a comment for Jenn Shannon
"Welcome to Assessment FOR Learning. Thanks for joining! Please take a moment to introduce yourself on the Introductions Forum. Feel free to add any ideas, blog posts, forum discussions, or videos that you think would be helpful to people as they…"
Aug 18, 2009

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Salem City Schools
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Math teacher

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The "Oh, I'm getting it!" moment

Posted on November 19, 2010 at 9:40am 4 Comments

I think I'm finally, after 6 years of teaching, having an "ah-ha" moment that should really be an "oh, duh" moment! In working to use AFL more and more in my daily class activities, I have really been focusing on using technology to reinforce learning.

Yesterday in one of my Algebra I Part 2 classes, I had a student say, "Oh, this is totally making sense now." He wasn't using technology at the moment, but merely working out of a textbook while at one of my station activities.…

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