C0603_003006 ECET Strategies Price Shining Moment
PAIGE PRICE INTERVIEW: One thing I like to do in my classroom on a regular basis is ask students to reflect on a performance, whether it's a paper they wrote or a speech they’ve given or a participation in a discussion, or even participation in a class.
STUDENT: I think that poetry is also about, like, playing with the words, the words themselves.
PAIGE PRICE INTERVIEW: I call them their shining moments. What I’ll ask them to do—it can be on an exit card as they're leaving, it can be on the bottom of a rubric as they get ready to turn in a paper, it can be on the bottom of a rubric as they finish with a speech—I like for them to tell me what they did best.
PAIGE PRICE: Alright, inside circle people! On your white rubrics, what was your shining moment? You have about one minute to write that down.
PAIGE PRICE INTERVIEW: So out of all the things they, did what's the one thing that they want me to focus on because they think they finally got it, or they took it to the next level, or the last time I wasn’t able to give commentary that connected evidence to thesis but now I want you to look at paragraph three. I really like for students to be able to discern the things that stand out in their own work because I think that makes it much more likely that they're going to replicate it next time.