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I really liked this article because it provided numerous ideas and suggestions for how teachers can monitor and collect evidence of student understanding in her classroom.
For example, the article provides suggestions for small products students can create to demonstrate how they can apply what they have learned in the lesson. This includes:
- Read it, Write it, Draw it
- Find the Lie
- Graffiti Wall
- Exit Pass
The writer also included stations that a teacher can set up throughout her classroom to integrate a variety of lesson plans to create ways for students to create evidence of their understanding. This includes:
- graphic organizers
- role playing
- creating a collage
These strategies are also used to keep students engaged in learning and providing differentiation. These outcomes also provide teachers with some type of formative or summative assessment that they can use to determine which students are understanding the concepts and which students may need more time.