Classroom Assessment: Issues and Practices
""The format of prologue, introduction, sectioned discussion, teacher applications, epilogue, and chapter summary is ideal.""
J. Courtney Johnson, University of South Carolina
""The writing style for these chapters is excellent. The material in each chapter is well written and easy to follow.""
"Classroom Assessment" reflects the reality of teaching today to show how teachers can plan and teach more effectively by using and creating a full range of assessments. The coverage and assessments that are included are notable for their down to earth practicality as well as their ability to help teachers meet standards and improve learning. The book includes a detailed description of Bloom's Taxonomy and how it relates to assessment as a means to define and categorize students' responses.
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Types of Assessments
Planning for Instruction and Assessments
T Diversity Gender and Assessments
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