Formative assessment is something I've been putting a lot more emphasis on over the past few years. I'm so sick of just relying of end-of-topic exams to gauge what students have learnt. I want my students to continuously ...
A few months ago, I wrote about using formative assessment and small groups to inform instruction. Today, I realized I should listen to my own advice... Today in math, we focused on adding and subtracting fractions.
Almost 25 years ago, I wrote a widely-read and discussed paper that was entitled: “A True Test: Toward More Authentic and Equitable Assessment” that was published in the Phi Delta Kappan. I believe the phrase was my coining, made when I worked with Ted Sizer at the Coalition of Essential Schools, as a way of describing “true” tests as opposed to merely academic and unrealistic school tests. I first used the phrase in print in an article for Educational Leadership entitled “Teaching to the (Authentic) Test” in the April 1989 issue.
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