Assessment and Learning: The ICE Approach
Portage & Main Press, 2000 - Education - 86 pages
Maximize student learning through an improved understanding and appreciation of the learning process. ICE represents the three stages of learning: Ideas, Connections, and Extensions. The authors show how to recognize these stages of learning development--from a state of beginning to one of competence and expertise--and demonstrate how educators can foster that development in their classrooms. No matter what subject or grade level, the ICE approach will provide teachers with the ability to assess and encourage learning progress.
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