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The research, rationale, strategies and examples provided in this book will help teachers develop their own repertoire of formative and summative assessments to monitor, grade and make inferences about a student’s ability to meet standards and curriculum goals.
Reignite the passion and energy assessment practices bring as tools to guide teaching and learning. Strengthen instructional agility in professional learning communities with collaborative common assessments that collect vital information and consider all levels of the organization.
In this conversational guide, the authors offer tools, templates and protocols to incorporate common formative assessments into the practices of a PLC to monitor and enhance student learning.
Fully engage learners in your classroom. Discover how to create high-quality assessments using a five-phase design protocol.
Designed specifically for K–12 educators, this title presents ten key assessment design tools and clearly outlines how to incorporate each tool into daily classroom practices.
The second edition of this best-selling book by Dylan Wiliam presents new research, insights and formative assessment strategies and techniques teachers can immediately apply in their classrooms.
With this research-based resource, you’ll explore six essential tenets of assessment—assessment purpose, communication of assessment results, accurate interpretation, assessment architecture, instructional agility and student investment—that will help deepen your understanding of assessment to not only meet standards but also enhance students’ academic success and self-fulfillment.
In this book, the author details the specific benefits of formative assessment and explains how to design and interpret three different types of formative assessments, how to track student progress and how to assign meaningful grades.
A companion to the best-selling On Your Mark, this practical guide details how to successfully lead lasting grading reform. Implement best practices in grading that address the needs of every student in your school or district in six essential steps.
Developed as a companion to Dylan Wiliam’s Embedded Formative Assessment, 2nd ed., this handbook guides K–12 teachers through the process of developing effective formative assessments.
This practical resource empowers readers to become instructionally agile—moving seamlessly among instruction, formative assessment and feedback—to enhance student engagement, proficiency and ownership of learning.
The authors assert that educators must focus assessment on mindfulness and feedback for improvement, framing assessment around six fluencies students need to cultivate.
Clarify the purpose of grades, craft a vision statement aligned with this purpose, and discover strategies to implement effective practices.
The revised SALF (Self Assessment and Learning Folders) provides schools and teachers with a structured framework that bridges teacher-led learning and assessment with child-led learning and assessment. These guidelines are based on socio-constructivist principles of learning and provide a framework for teachers that enable children to become more active in their own learning and in the assessment of that learning (Assessment for Learning – AfL).
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