7 Ways to Assess Student Writing for Secondary ELA
Duration: 30 minutes
Intended Audience: ESOL Teachers, High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches/Coordinators, Librarians/Media Specialists, Online Teachers, School Leaders, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Leaders
Shervette Miller-Payton, ELA Virtual Learning Community leader and K-12 ELA Curriculum Coordinator for the Griffin-Spalding School System, focuses on “7 Ways to Assess Student Writing.” Drawing on the evidence base from the “IES Practice Guide: Teaching Secondary Students to Write Effectively,” Shervette delves into explaining this evidence-based practice. She shares several anecdotes, models the strategy, and provides practical resources for teachers.
Providing meaningful feedback and assessing students’ writing helps us build assessment-capable learners. For more information, join the 9-10 ELA Virtual Learning Community in GaDOE Community! While each recorded webinar introduces evidence-based or high-leverage practices, the GaDOE Community groups allow for a deeper dive by providing opportunities to engage with educators from across the state, share ideas, and exchange resources.
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DOE Office: Teaching & Learning
Topics: English Language Arts, Reading/Literacy
Event Type: Recorded Webinar
Webinar URL: https://app.gadoe.org/TRLThumbnails/Scripts/Player.html?url=https://equellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net/d297c2d3-6266-4f17-b45a-0e5e70317450/AssessingWriting.9%252010.03012022.ism/manifest&cc=https://equellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net/d297c2d3-6266-4f17-b45a-0e5e70317450/transcript.vtt&poster=https://equellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net/d297c2d3-6266-4f17-b45a-0e5e70317450/Screenshot-AssessingWriting.9%252010.03012022-000001.jpg
Date Recorded: Mar 01, 2022