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Teachers will learn to assess student achievement with rubrics that reflect the latest neuroscientific research and are compatible with standards and the principles of brain-compatible learning.
Real learning means the learner has the ability to apply learned skills to real-life contextual settings. But since `teaching to the test` is still the mandate in classrooms, Diane Ronis shows teachers how to use alternative assessment methods to move toward a more student-beneficial form of education. She leads readers through the complex issues of brain research, offers practical methods of implementation, outlines lesson plans using this approach, and demonstrates how to accurately assess students while maintaining rigorous standards and high-challenge levels.