The bulk of this book focuses on solutions. It offers concrete techniques for educators at all levels to cultivate and implement effective classroom assessment strategies. Over 50 unique strategies for formative, student peer and self-assessment, data dialogues, technological tools, and PBL3 (problem, project and performance-based assessments) are detailed.
A special feature of the book includes access to a companion web site that contains links and handouts that coordinate with the various classroom assessment strategies. In addition, each chapter contains reflective pre and post-reading questions so the book can be effectively used to supplement professional learning or educational courses.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Anaya Bryson, Ph.D., has worked in education for over 10 years-teaching numerous grade levels and content areas. She is currently serving as a lead teacher with Gwinnett County Schools-focusing on mentoring and developing personal efficacy and proficiency for new teachers in the field.
Table of ContentsDedication
Companion Web Site
Justus Randolph, Ph.D.
Chapter One: Tracing the Historical Roots of Assessment Perceptions
Chapter Two: The Complexities of Assessment Voices and Variables
Chapter Three: Solution One: Create a Classroom Culture for Student Owned Assessment
Chapter Four: Solution Two: Focus on Instructive Assessment
Chapter Five: Solution Three: Provide Active Student Ownership of Assessment
Chapter Six: Solution Four: Implement 21st Century Assessment
About the Authors