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Teaching Students to Examine Their Own Data

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Katie Ranftle
April 24, 2014

Teaching Students to Examine Their Own Data

Students can learn to examine their own data, monitor their progress, and set learning goals when teachers set clear expectations, provide explicit feedback, and give students tools to understand the data. Rubrics, graphs, and charts help students understand the assessment criteria and allow teachers to provide constructive feedback.

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