Updated: Aug 29, 2019
Students in Staten Island's PS9 Naples Elementary School are taught to understand success criteria in all of their classes. This way, they know if they are doing well and where they need to improve.
Giving students the vocabulary of success criteria allows them to provide feedback to each other in even the earliest grades.
In this clip, a first grade student shares specific feedback based on a success criteria checklist for bowling in physical education class. The students are articulate and know what to look for.
Imagine how this can improve learning in your school!
What do you think works best in this video that you can replicate in your own classes? What protocols and routines do you think need to be in place to make this kind of learning successful? Please share
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