After assessing students on their progress, it is important to analyze the assessment data to help identify patterns and gaps in learning, provide meaningful feedback to students, and adjust instruction
After assessing students on their progress, it is important to analyze the assessment data to help identify patterns and gaps in learning, provide meaningful feedback to students, and adjust instruction. This can be done through applying critical-thinking strategies and using higher-order questioning strategies in the classroom.
Review the “Learning Plan Template” to complete this assignment.
Complete Part 4: Questioning and Feedback, which includes addressing the following:
- Provide a description of two strategies that promote questioning during instruction and how these strategies engage students and foster student independence.
- Provide a description of two strategies that provide timely, meaningful, and effective feedback to students regarding their ongoing progress.
- Provide two examples of digital tools and resources to promote innovation, problem solving, and creativity with the goal of increasing student engagement.
Part 2: Reflection
In 250-500 words, summarize and explain how higher-order questioning skills promote independent learning and guide students to examine their own thinking. Explain how ethics play a vital role in providing feedback and communicating assessment results to students and families. Discuss how you can use the strategies questioning and feedback in your future classroom in order to adjust instruction based on the learning needs of students.
Support your findings with a minimum of three scholarly resources.
Submit the “Learning Plan Template” with your reflection as one deliverable.