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Beyond the Standardized Test: Aim Higher

Beyond the Standardized Test: Aim Higher | Standardized Testing and Today's Technology | Scoop.it
Edutopia blogger Andrew Miller looks at prep for standardized testing as an opportunity to encourage higher order thinking, embed test prep practices, and make informed decisions about engaging the class and reaching individual students.
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The Impact of 1:1 Laptop Use on Middle School Math and Science Standardized Test Scores

The Impact of 1:1 Laptop Use on Middle School Math and Science Standardized Test Scores | Standardized Testing and Today's Technology | Scoop.it
Researchers and evaluators have been attempting to document the impact of ubiquitous or 1:1 computing on students, teachers, schools, and communities. However, the most recent reviews of research...
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Standardized Test Score Gains Do Not Indicate Improved Cognitive Skills, Study Says - ProCon.org

Standardized Test Score Gains Do Not Indicate Improved Cognitive Skills, Study Says - ProCon.org | Standardized Testing and Today's Technology | Scoop.it
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Are New Online Standardized Tests Revolutionary?

Are New Online Standardized Tests Revolutionary? | Standardized Testing and Today's Technology | Scoop.it
This piece comes to us courtesy of The Hechinger Report's HechingerEd blog. New high-tech standardized tests are coming soon to schools across the country, but will these new tests really revolutionize how we measure whether children are learning?
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Despite problems, laptops boost student test scores

Despite problems, laptops boost student test scores | Standardized Testing and Today's Technology | Scoop.it
The advent of cheap laptops with wireless connections has allowed some school …
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