ChemEd X Talks with Ariel Serkin - Providing Feedback Remotely

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Providing students with meaningful feedback greatly enhances their learning and achievement. With the move to online and hybrid formats, teachers have had to scramble to modify their usual process for communicating that feedback. ChemEd X Talks with Ariel Serkin about the process she is using and how she is providing feedback to her students remotely.

Ariel teaches high school chemistry in Massachusetts and was a 2019 finalist for the for the state. She was also honored as  by the American Association of Chemistry Teachers. She is involved with the and the . She is a co-founder of  and is a champion for social justice. We are lucky to have her as a Lead Contributor for ChemEd X. 

ChemEd X Talks are 30 minute virtual meetings that consist of a short presentation (5-10 minutes) followed by Q&A and discussion. Teachers are asked to keep their video on, ask questions and participate in the discussion by offering their own ideas and experience with the topic. These live Zoom events are free, but registration is required. Space is limited, so register early.

ChemEd X Talks with Ariel Serkin - Providing Feedback Remotely 

Zoom Meeting - Registration is Required

Jan 21 at 7 - 7:30 pm EST

Check out the follow up article including an edited version of the recording of Ariel's Talk -

 

Read for a listing of other scheduled Talks. 

ChemEd X Talks will be recorded. We plan to publish portions of the recorded Talks on chemedx.org. With respect for the privacy of participants the published portions will primarily focus on the presentation and efforts will be made to mask participant identities. By registering for a ChemEd X Talk you are agreeing to be recorded.

Event: More Information
Event Type: 
online meeting
Time: 
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 18:00 to 18:30