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July 26, 2023

Share-Outs: Learning from Peers

Encouraging learners to share their work can help them articulate why they made the choices they made. It also provides an opportunity to model the process of revision to include how revisions are made, feedback is given, and critiques are received. Discussions can be framed within a specific strategy with flexibility based on peer-to-peer interactions.

Reflection Question:
What assessment strategies for sharing work did you see in the video that you could use in your classroom?
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