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By Phyllis Jones, Judy Carr

ISBN-10: 0807747548

ISBN-13: 9780807747544

Irrespective of what percentage occasions you weigh a pig, all you examine is how a lot it weighs. as a way to examine whatever else, you wish a unique evaluation. This good ebook explains how well-constructed tests offer facts that's necessary to the advance of studying possibilities for all scholars. The textual content contains contributions from lecturers and instructor educators, school room vignettes, and substitute ways which have been confirmed invaluable in assessing the wishes of quite a lot of scholars.

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Different schools and even classrooms may have different approaches to assessment management systems. The ideal system is manageable, transparent, and consistent. A manageable system calls for the teacher to make decisions about what key pieces of assessment are kept to demonstrate moments of progress or decision making. For example, creating individual student folders that integrate key curriculum and IEP performance evidence can be one effective way of managing a diverse assessment system in the classroom.

Chattering among the students concludes with their decisions of what center to approach first. Some are working on editing articles for the classroom newspaper, others are finishing their personal reflections of the ocean unit in their learning logs, and a few are beginning to work on creating a group landfill. A focused hum of learning suffuses the room. Just outside the door the principal is speaking to the classroom teacher. A child hears the principal say, “You know I support your teaching style, but my hands are tied.

He is joined there by two other students (Brianna and Tyler) working on the same project. They rarely interact, as each child is very intently focused on their work. Austin has written the following notes in his journal/notebook: some key words that he plans to use in his story, a list of each member of his family, his home address, the names of two towns where his family has lived, and the name of the town where his father is currently living. After approximately 20 minutes Austin has written seven sentences describing his family.

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