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.
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About the Author
Diane Ronis is a professor of education at Southern Connecticut State University and has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction. Her drive to make learning meaningful to all students comes from 17 years of teaching middle school and high school mathematics and fine arts as well as eight years of experience instructing preservice teachers at the college and graduate level. Ronis has been a presenter and keynote speaker at numerous conferences, workshops and seminars, and is the author of Brain Compatible Mathematics, Brain Compatible Assessments, Critical Thinking in Math, Problem Based Learning for Math & Science: Integrating Inquiry and the Internet, and Clustering Standards in Integrated Units.
Table of Contents
ForewordPrefaceIntroduction1. The Assessment Revolution2. Assessment Formats: Standards, Design, and Brain-Compatible Learning3. Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Compatible Assessment4. Instruction and Assessment5. Wiring the Curriculum: Standards and Their Technological Applications6. Collaborative Learning and AssessmentGlossaryReferencesIndex