My students need Expo markers for their personal whiteboards!
This project expired on June 9, 2014.
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At the end of the school year, my students know that we aim to have 80% or higher on our end of year test. We check our progress by aiming every day for 80% mastery on our objectives.
My students vary extensively.
They come from a variety of socioeconomic statuses, a variety of natural ability levels, and a variety of racial backgrounds. They do share a love of verbal expression (read: it's a chatty bunch) and constantly surprise me with their insight into the issues we learn about together.
Students use their Expo markers during mastery checks. They each receive their own individual whiteboards to write their answers. I go around to check their work individually so I can give them feedback on how they personally have accomplished the objective-- or not.
Recently, we have been running out of Expo markers, so the students can't use them for mastery checks.
Not only does it become wasteful and messy to use paper, it causes less investment, since the students love whiteboards. It also is much easier for me to see if they can write on their whiteboards, making mastery checks more efficient.
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