How To Capture Observations & Conversations in Math Class

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On the podcast today we speak with Lana Steiner about all things assessment! Lana is from the Horizon School Division in Saskatchewan and she’s been working with teachers to deepen their assessment strategies to learn how to capture and rely on observations and conversations in the math classroom.

Stick with us and you learn How teachers can rely on their professional judgement to assess students; why Steven Leinwand says “4 Is The Magic Number” When Assessing; why starting with assessment will shift your teaching strategies! Why using analytical rubrics can shift your assessment and teaching practices.

You’ll Learn:

  • How teachers can rely on their professional judgement to assess students.
  • Why Steven Leinwand says “4 Is The Magic Number” When Assessing.
  • Why starting with assessment will shift your teaching strategies!
  • Why using analytical rubrics can shift your assessment and teaching practices.
  • How starting your planning process with assessment first can help you teach for deeper. conceptual understanding.

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Lana’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/LanaSteiner4

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