Student-centered classroom assessment

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Merrill, 1994 - Education - 477 pages
The book elucidates the fundamental importance of high-quality assessment to student academic well-being and promotes the development of student self-assessment as a critically important life skill.

Provides a clear, common sense description of all assessment methods (selected response, essay, performance, and personal communication) and how to align them with relevant achievement targets (knowledge, reasoning, skills, products, and dispositions). Easy-to-read and free of technical jargon, this book focuses squarely on what teachers need to know in order to make assessment work in classrooms.

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While it is always challenging to review professional literature, Stiggins's work on classroom assessment is critical here in the Northwest. He focuses on assessment targets, tailoring assessments for ... Read full review

Contents

PART
1
A SET OF GUIDING PRINCIPLES
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THE MATTER OF ASSESSMENT COMPETENCE
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