The Rocky River Rundown
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March: M-7 Acquire and Demonstrate Knowledge
What does M-7 Look Like @ RRES?
- KWL charts to assess student knowledge
- Data Trackers
- How-To Videos/ Writing
- Turn and Talk/ Peer Discussions
- Hands on Projects to demonstrate learning
How can we achieve this at Rocky River?
Entry and Exit Tickets:
Students can answer one or two question problems, depending on the skill. This is a quick check for you to make sure you are going in the right direction, and will help guide future lessons/ grouping.
Try out Plickers! They are an easy way to use QR codes and our devices for real time assessment info.
We have been using a LOT of anchor charts this year, and that's GREAT for our students. Students can be making these as well! It's a great practice to have all of past anchor charts stored somewhere that is accessible for students to refer to throughout the year. Mrs. Waters is a perfect example- all of her anchor charts are connected to hangars, and hung where students can browse through them.
S'more is a wonderful resource for digital anchor charts. Through your teacher account, you can set up a class account for each student to use:)
We have lots of different programs/ resources that students can use to CREATE and show what they know.
In Educreations students can make short video clips or slides with voice over to explain their work.
With Chatterpix, students can take a picture from a certain skill/ story, and record themselves explaining the concept/story.
Part of Acquiring and Demonstrating Knowledge of being a reflective learner. Check out the slideshow above that has some great reflection activities for your students as readers.