Teachers at Holy Spirit School in Sherwood Park share how the use of mini-white boards provides opportunities for students to be deeply engaged in the assessment process.
- When using mini-whiteboards, students are engaged and able to take risks with their learning. They understand that this is an opportunity for learning, and not something to be marked.
- The teacher can immediately spot misconceptions and provide timely feedback.
- Engagement means more than simply keeping students interested; true engagement implies a level of commitment to the learning. How might mini-whiteboards contribute to student engagement in an upcoming lesson?