Fast and Effective Assessment – How to Improve Feedback AND Reduce Correction

Presented by: Glen Pearsall


Teacher PD Event Information: 6 Teacher PD Hours Per Day       

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Providing helpful feedback and creating meaningful assessment tasks while keeping up with correction and managing a successful work/life balance is one of the biggest challenges of teaching. Fast and Effective Assessment investigates practical strategies for balancing these demands, offering teachers fast, formative strategies for providing feedback and assessing student performance in the time-poor environment of the everyday classroom.

By the end of the workshop participants would have explored the following:

• Strategies for accelerating the speed at which you mark work

• Methods for reducing the volume and extent of your correction.

• Techniques for encouraging students take a more active role in the feedback process and to more readily act on your assessment advice so that your time spent marking has maximum impact.

• Strategies for giving and receiving feedback so that student mistakes can be addressed quickly in class rather than through laborious written correction

This workshop is based on Glen’s new book of the same name and all participants will receive a free copy of the book as part of the workshop.

Event Details:

 

Thursday 6th December, 2018

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)
 

Double Tree by Hilton
270 Flinders St, Melbourne

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  Target Audience - Primary and Secondary Teachers.
  $329.00 (+GST) 

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About the Presenter

Glen Pearsall is a leading secondary school teacher and an acclaimed presenter of professional development for classroom teachers across Australia. He has presented a wide array of professional development seminars and workshops for the TLN, AEU and Critical Agendas. Glen has a particular interest in the development of young teachers and has also developed and delivered a program of renewal for mid-career teachers. His expertise is in high quality instructional practice, and the development of classroom cultures based on sound pedagogy and educational research. He has been a board member of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, and has worked as a research fellow at the Australian Youth Research Centre. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed “And Gladly Teach”, an inspirational and practical book on creating supportive and cooperative classrooms.




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