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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: Erin Haselwood: Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter: Tina Kirkpatrick @mrs_kpat 6th grade math and science teacher at jefferson elementary in Pryor Overview of chat topic Evidence Based Teaching Strategies Questions from the chat: 1 –  Q1: What are some specific instructional strategies used in your school that have positively impacted student achievement? #Oklaed — Tina Kirkpatrick (@Mrs_Kpat) August 13, 2018 A1 – We have really pushed literacy and reading in every content area. We have math teachers, art teachers, etc. buying in and having Ss read articles that tie into their curriculum. It’s awesome! #oklaed — Shari Gateley (@ShariGateley) August 13, 2018 A1. In our school we have PLCs, collaboration, eagletime when used properly. In my classroom, I have S’s lead discussions and lessons . #oklaed — Kristy Cooper (@kriscoop80) August 13, 2018 2 –  Q2: Classroom environment directly impacts learner engagement. How can we create classroom environments that keep learners interested and engaged? #OklaedBoredom (-0.49)Effort (0.77) — Tina Kirkpatrick (@Mrs_Kpat) August 13, 2018 A2: If you aren't enjoying what you are doing, they aren't enjoying what they learn. My atmosphere is one of family. I'm the school mama, we laugh, we get things done, we follow the rules. Oh yeah and we laugh some more #oklaed — Renee Bell (@Biobellrocks) August 13, 2018 A2 It starts with the teachers planning. The teacher should have strategies in place to engage students from the start of class to the end. Teachers should always apply real world examples in every lesson. A variety of questioning techniques is key as well. #oklaed — Kyle Hilterbran (@KyleHilterbran) August 13, 2018 3 –  Q3: What is the difference between feedback & grades? When would you use each? #OklaedFeedback (0.74) — Tina Kirkpatrick (@Mrs_Kpat) August 13, 2018 A3: Feedback is critical for helping students grow. I love to use grades to show how much a student has learned in a unit, or an academic year. Using baseline data or pre-assessments with each data set is powerful for students to see how much they are achieving. #Oklaed — Carri Hicks (@hicks4ok) August 13, 2018 A3 Feedback in the form of action statements promotes learning. Grades are often viewed by Ss as labels. They stunt growth. #oklaed #rethinkela — Michelle Waters (@watersenglish) August 13, 2018 4 –  Q4: How can we make time to provide the valuable feedback on higher-order thinking and/or what are some time-saving strategies that can be used? #OklaedFeedback (0.74) — Tina Kirkpatrick (@Mrs_...
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