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  • Amy Boecker

    Table top twitter! Use as a quick assessment tool -- Adaptations for a math classroom??

  • Melissa

    I've done this before but never called it Tabletop twitter.... Table top twitter! Responding to a book they are reading.

  • Ellen Lupton

    Very cool idea! Table top twitter! Responding to a book they are reading.

  • Sara Rumph

    Book Club Activity? Table Top Twitter

  • Angie Roth-Shannon

    Table Top Twitter! This writing activity can be used as a quick formative assessment tool to see what students are comprehending and also able to see what connections they can make to the text. Each student can be given a different color of marker to respond in so that teacher is able to see individual student understanding.

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