AprašymasHow can we help teachers use classroom assessments to gather appropriate evidence for all valued learning goals, and to use those assessments not just to measure learning but to promote it? This book provides an answer in a practical, proven, and unique Assessment Planning Framework that moves away from solely multiple-choice tests toward a wide range of approaches to classroom assessment activities, including performance-based assessments. This user-friendly guide will help pre- and inservice teachers to match assessments to purpose, goals, and content; select appropriate tasks; communicate productive feedback to students and parents; and use assessment results to inform instruction. School leaders will find it a practical guide for improving schoolwide assessment practices, as well as supporting teachers and orienting new staff. Assessing Student Learning by Design encourages educators to use classroom assessment as a way to inform teaching and learning, rather than simply to assign grades.
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