Assessment Strategies for Self-Directed Learning
A new volume for the Experts In Assessment series focusing on assessing students' abilities as self-directed learners. Self-directed learners are defined as self-managing, self-monitoring, and self-modifying. These three dispositions need to be assessed to determine if they are being internalized and habituated over time. Arthur L Costa and Bena Kallick use "triangulation" to ensure that the assessment system is balanced and complete. Assessment "triangulation" consists of knowledge, performance, and demonstration.
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Chapter 1 Why We Need SelfDirected Learners
Chapter 2 The Intellectual Dispositions of SelfDirected Learners
Chapter 3 Developing the Capacity for SelfAssessment
Chapter 4 Assessing the Conditions for SelfDirected Learning
Chapter 5 The Teachers Role in SelfDirected Learning
Chapter 6 Adapting the Assessment Strategies for Your School and Classroom
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