6 edition of Assessing learning in the classroom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-37).
|Statement||Jay McTighe and Steven Ferrara.|
|Series||Student assessment series|
|LC Classifications||LB3060.3 .M38 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||98028469|
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It comprehensively considers the principles underpinning effective assessment, the different forms it can take and the different purposes it serves, both within and beyond Assessing Learning in the Primary Classroom is an accessible introduction to the concepts critical to a professional understanding of this vital aspect of a teacher’s role.
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The premise of this book is that the primary purpose of classroom assessment is to inform teaching and improve learning, not to sort and select students or to justify a grade.
The common principles of effective assessment are covered, and the strengths and limitations of a variety of effective approaches are reviewed.
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First Published eBook Published 12 March Assessing Learning in the Primary Classroom is an accessible introduction to the concepts critical to a professional understanding of this vital aspect of a teacher's role. It comprehensively considers the principles underpinning effective assessment, the different forms it can take and the different purposes it serves, both within and beyond This book shows how to develop assessments that undergraduate psychology faculty and administrators can use when designing pedagogies, courses, and curricula around student learning goals, including those identified by APA’s Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major.
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[Jay McTighe; Steven Ferrara; National Education Association of the United States. Professional Standards and Practice.] By Michael R. Fisher, Jr. Much scholarship has focused on the importance of student assessment in teaching and learning in higher education.
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Patricia Comeaux, editor. Anker Publishing Company, Inc., $ (cloth), pp. ISBN Reviewed by Joan Getman Patricia Comeaux was motivated to edit Assessing Online Learning by her experiences both as a teacher of online courses and as a student in an online doctoral program.
She has come to Book Description. Systematic Classroom Assessment promotes a fresh vision of assessment for student learning and achievement. Using a framework that positions assessment as both an iterative, purposeful cycle of inquiry for teachers as well as a coherent system of activities through which students engage in their own learning, this framework for classroom assessment is unique in incorporating Assessing Learning Behaviors in Early Childhood Special Education Classrooms Article in Early Education and Development 29(4) April with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads' Experts Jay Mc Tighe and Steven Ferrara, the authors of this book on classroom-based assessment of learning, believe that "the primary.
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A second principle is that multiple sources of information are necessary when assessing learning in the classroom.
A third principle of classroom assessment concerns validity, reliability, and Alongside the formative approach to assessing inquiry-based learning, summative assessments will also have a place.
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