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Episode Info: Follow OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast on:              Fill out our Enduring Questions Form. Thank You Podcast Hosts and where to find us on Twitter: OklaSaid: twitter.com/oklasaidErin Barnes:twitter.com/ebarnes73Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter: Jason James @james409jason Alex Public Schools Superintendent Overview of chat topic Best Practices in Education Questions from the chat: 1 Q1) Getting to know your Ss & developing relationships with them and their parents are essential to maximizing both teaching effectiveness & student learning. Please share a best practice to build relationships w/ Ss & Ps. #oklaed pic.twitter.com/J7EMrkdxT9— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019A1) One of the most important things we do is build relationships with students. You must find time to have nonacademic conversations and listen to your students. When they know you truly care, they will work to meet your expectations. #OklaEd— Shawn Hime (@shawnhime) January 14, 2019A1: Making the effort to know their names & the guardians official connection to the S (parent, gparent, aunt, foster, etc). We also have TV announcements running in our lobby which allows Ss & Ps to see what's going on in our school. #oklaed— Alicia Ray (@iluveducating) January 14, 20192 Q2) 1 of the most controversial edu practices is assigning homework. Do you believe assigning HW is effective? Why or Why not? Regardless, most Ts believe Ss need to practice essential skills for Mastery to happen. Share your best practice w/ #oklaed— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019A2: Good discussion for either side, but make sure you inspect what you expect. Give feedback (notice the lack of using the word grade) in what you’ve assigned #OklaEd https://t.co/MKPhauaRdk— Shane A. Sanders, M.Ed. (@edu_sanders70) January 14, 2019A2) Completely depends upon the purpose. If we are working toward mastery; no. I don't want students to lose motivation by working on things they already know & if they do not know it I don't want them doing it on their own. Ongoing assignments are perfect for homework. #oklaed https://t.co/fRXH3AKxgL— Tyler Bridges (@bridgestyler) January 14, 20193 Q3) Tests, Quizzes, Projects, HW, Oh My -Assessing S growth is essential to the learning process – However, grading practices are as diverse as our Ss – Share your thoughts on "Grading" & a best practice on how you assess S learning. #oklaed— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019A3: If you are looking for formative assessments in math that showcase students thinking, check out the @oksde curriculum frameworks for Math Formative Assessment Probes. #oklaed https://t.co/tQWhR41yk7 pic.twitter.com/xZZk31Mmt1— Tiffany Neill (@tiffanyneill) January 14, 2019Grading can be so hard, y’all! I personally believe grading should reflect mastery. that means not...
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