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Saturday, September 30 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Right-Click Feedback for Writing Assessments in the ELL Social Studies Classroom

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This session is ideal for secondary English, social studies, or ELL teachers who regularly use Doctopus and Goobric in a Google Classroom driven classroom, and are looking for time-efficient strategies to assess and provide feedback in writing assessments. This session will focus on the interaction of the Google Chrome extension "Chrome Clipper," which can be used to create right-click context menu lists to paste pre-made text. By using Chrome Clipper in combination with Google Docs’ comment system and deliberately aligned best-practice rubrics, teachers can immediately provide consistent, specific, and elaborated feedback for most common writing errors, misconceptions, and p-prims, while still having time at night to catch the new Game of Thrones and hit the gym.

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Claude Laude

ELL Social Studies Teacher, Foster High School
Hello! My name is Claude. I’m deep into my mid-twenties, or maybe early in my late-twenties. Besides my undergraduate college days on the east side of the stateBurien, a suburb of Seattle, is where I call home. It isn’t really a suburb anymore though, in the traditional sense... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
E110

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