Assessing And Reporting On Habits Of Mind describes children's behaviors that require specialized forms of assessment. Educators Arthur Costa and Bena Kallick collaborate in showing how to assess and report student progress in using the habits of mind. They reveal what teachers should report; how the information should be reported; and who needs to know. Many practical, classroom-tested assessment tools and approaches are available to address these questions. Costa and Kallick persuasively maintain that a critical attribute of intelligence is not only having information, but also knowing how to act on it. Assessing And Reporting On Habits Of Mind is highly recommended reading for students in teaching education programs as well as the practicing classroom instructor, preschool through high school.