Assessing student achievement: a guide for teachers and administrators
Rowman & Littlefield Education, May 30, 2008 - Education - 207 pages
Addressed to in-service and pre-service teachers and administrators, this book reorders educational priorities, emphasizing the relation of what is taught to what is tested, educationally sound and effective preparation for assessments, exploring alternatives to paper and pencil tests, the appropriate interpretation and use of test results, communicating the meaning of assessment results to parents and communities, and using program evaluation to improve learning.
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