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PQP Practicum Retrospective

This Prezi presentation is a retrospective on the PQP Practicum in the areas of Assessment for Learning, more specifically Descriptive Feedback, and Technology.
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Jamey Byers

on 9 July 2013

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Transcript of PQP Practicum Retrospective

PQP Practicum Retrospective
The Real View
My Initial View of the Practicum
Technology
Culture
Assessment & Evaluation
Time
BYOD...?
Motivate?
How it all started...
AND

When students SEE themselves as their own teachers.

When teachers SEE learning through the eyes of the student.

Visible Learning

Feedback
Assessment for Learning
Technology
Researchers:
Interesting Findings:
Dylan Wiliam, John Hattie, Robert Marzano, Anne
Davies, and Susan Brookhart.
50,000+ studies, including 250 million students, show that feedback is the single most powerful, positive influence on student achievement.
Effective feedback causes someone to think/act on the feedback.
Feedback with comments only shows a 30% gain in student achievement versus grades only feedback or a combination of grades and comments.
Lessons Learned
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
– Maya Angelou

“The task of leadership is not to put greatness into humanity, but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there.”
– John Buchan

m.socrative.com
Room: pqp
http://jameybyers.com
People respect perseverance.
Model the change you ask of others.
Take risks.
Bad teacher jokes work with colleagues. (Emotional advertising)
Don't underestimate your ability to move your peers.
Be Yourself, don't become a new persona.
Justify that this will better student success.
Remove judgement from your team.
Keep your mentor/team in the loop.
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