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Writing Assessment Items. Part II - e-Learning Feeds

Writing Assessment Items. Part II - e-Learning Feeds | Assessment | Scoop.it
In the last post, we looked at some ways to make your multiple-choice questions effective. In this post, I will suggest some other ways to … (RT @cpappas: #elearning Writing Assessment Items.
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3 Ways To Use Data In The Classroom - Edudemic

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The phrase “using data to drive instruction” is showing up everywhere in education circles lately. Particularly with the incorporation of the Common Core State Standards.

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Formative Assessment Using the U-P-S Strategy

Formative Assessment Using the U-P-S Strategy | Assessment | Scoop.it
Use the UPS strategy to assess how your students learn. The UPS strategy (Understand, Planning, Solve) gives a map for students to follow as they solve problems. It also provides feedback to teachers on how students are doing.
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New Tools Gauge Fidelity of Lessons to Common Core - Education Week News

New Tools Gauge Fidelity of Lessons to Common Core - Education Week News | Assessment | Scoop.it
New Tools Gauge Fidelity of Lessons to Common Core
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Does it provide good, clear ways to assess how well students are learning as they go along? These teachers are trying to answer one of ....
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Panel of educators evaluating common core lessons for validity & bias. 

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So you gave the formative assessment, now what? (Part 2) | The Reflective Educator

So you gave the formative assessment, now what? (Part 2) | The Reflective Educator | Assessment | Scoop.it
So you gave the formative assessment, now what? (Part 2) @davidwees http://t.co/JBMlWhCF5j
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