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Saturday, February 22 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Grades without the Grades: Using Feedback to Inform Learning

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Without grades on a test, students become more driven to see what mistakes they have made and how they made them. They become more open to have conversations on how to make corrections in their thinking and communication of solutions. Non-numerical feedback is not limited to tests, and can include technology, standards-based grading (even if you don’t use this), and can shape your instruction daily. Making this shift in your teaching doesn’t have to be difficult, but takes practice, and can be truly transformative.

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Frey

Katherine Frey

Middle School Math Teacher, American School of Barcelona
I am a Canadian teacher. I earned my degrees in Math as well as Education from Queen\\\'s University. I have been teaching math to middle school students internationally for 10 years. This is my third year teaching at the American School of Barcelona, and also my third year using... Read More →
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Melissa Stanek

MS Math Instructor, American School of Barcelona
An international/US teacher for the past 13 years, I've taught MS/HS Maths in Spain, Turkey, Bolivia, and Israel. Currently working with Math 6 & 7 students in Barcelona.



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