4Si: Responding to Learners


Note Taking and Graphic Organizers

RAN Chart (Reading and Analysing Non-Fiction)

Popplet (For concept or mind maps)

Cornell Notes


Venn Diagram

Frayer Model

Ranking Ladder


"Good feedback gives students information they need so they can understanding where they are in their learning and what to do next- the cognitive factor. Once they feel they understanding what to do and why, most students develop a feeling that they have control over their own learning- the motivational factor." (Brookhart 2).

Descriptive Feedback

Think Alouds

Stay tuned for videos featuring a Math Think Aloud and a Science Think Aloud.

Reciprocal Teaching