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Classroom Assessments that Inform Instruction
The accountability movement in education has caused school administrators and teachers to think differently about how they report, interpret, and use student assessment data. No longer can teachers wait until after an instructional sequence or grading period to review student data, provide feedback to students, or inform parents about their child's progress. Teachers must use a variety of formative assessments before, during, and after instruction.
Author(s):
Greg Conderman and Laura Hedin
Source:
KDP Record
Edition:
Oct.–Dec. 2012
Pages:
7
File:
ROct12_Conderman.pdf
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