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Thursday, July 16 • 1:10pm - 2:15pm
To Move the Needle, You Have to Have a Needle

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Evidence analysis should influence instruction, but what teacher has the time to analyze stacks of graded papers? Presenters will describe research-based strategies for informative assessment; strategies for efficient data collection; and an implementation model how they are trying to close the gap between feedback given and feedback used.

Moderators
avatar for Doug Silver

Doug Silver

CAO, Founder, KEYS2 Engage
I am a founder of the publisher of digital tools designed to make feedback more effective and efficient. Currently, we publish https://www.writerkey.com/  https://www.publishkey.com/ https://feedbackkey.com/ https://tutoringkey.com/ Prior to developing these web-based applications... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Christine Hopkinson

Christine Hopkinson

English Teacher, Ridgefield Public Schools
Christine Hopkinson has had a wide range of experiences throughout her career, teaching English at both the middle and high school levels as well as in an alternative school setting. She began her career in California, teaching English at Santa Monica High School. She continued on... Read More →
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Judy Silver

English Teacher and Student Life Coordinator, Ridgefield Public Schools
Judy Silver has taught elementary, middle and high school students over her 15 years of teaching . Currently, she teaches English and is the Student Life Coordinator at Ridgefield High School in Ridgefield, CT. Her students learn the critical thinking, writing, and reading skills... Read More →


Thursday July 16, 2015 1:10pm - 2:15pm
Stuart Room Boston Park Plaza

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