July 31, 2010

After watching the Townsleys’ presentation, I want to try having my Algebra 3 students self-assess (especially, since I have no clue how advanced my students are or are not). On my lecture days, I’m thinking their warm-up will be to assess their current level of knowledge about x. This should work well since most of what we will be talking about, at least at the beginning, should be A2 review. Then, at the end of the lecture/practice, they would self-assess again. Since these are for my own purposes, I don’t really care whether they put their names on them or not, and they can put them in my test/homework box to keep things anonymous.

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