Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing it Right -- Using it Well

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Assessment Training Institute, Jan 1, 2004 - Educational evaluation - 460 pages
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This book is the core of a larger, comprehensive professional development program in student involved classroom assessment that teaches standards of assessment quality, and how to match achievement targets to assessment methods. It also helps teachers learn to involve students in the assessment process and provide descriptive feedback to students, practices proven to be especially effective for low-performing students. Use of the lessons in this book can help save professional development time and resources through presentation in learning team modesl. This integrates learning-team based text study with classroom practices. Includes DVD and CD-ROM practices and presentation.
  

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Contents

Parti Principles of Assessment for Learning and Assessment Quality
1
Assessment for and of Learning
29
What Does Assessment for Learning Look Like?
41
Tracking Your LearningPossible Portfolio Entries
47
Assess What? Clear Targets
53
Clear Targets
61
Learning Targets State Standards and Curriculum
75
Assessment Methods
87
Performance Assessment
189
Personal Communication as Assessment
251
Communicating Assessment Results
277
Report Cards
301
Portfolios
335
Summary
355
Conferences About and with Students
361
Practical Help with Standardized Tests
387

Selected Response Assessment
123
Selected Response Assessmentor Learning
152
Summary
164
Extended Written Response Assessmentor Learning
185
Ethical Test Preparation Practices
413
Closing Comments from the Authors
431
Index
449
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