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Differentiated Assessment Strategies : One Tool Doesn't Fit All

Differentiated Assessment Strategies : One Tool Doesn't Fit All - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0761988915

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ISBN13: 978-0761988915
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Publisher: Corwin Press
Published: 2005
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Differentiated Assessment Strategies : One Tool Doesn't Fit All - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0761988915

Carolyn Chapman and Rita King

ISBN13: 978-0761988915
ISBN10: 0761988912
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 05
Publisher: Corwin Press

Published: 2005
International: No
Summary

Do you have a full toolbox to gather ongoing assessment information to pinpoint student needs and plan instruction? Do you believe a student's interests can leverage academic success? Would you like to help your students grow as reflective self-assessing thinkers? With this classroom-friendly guide, you'll become a better teacher as you learn to assess students before, during, and after instruction.

Packed with tools, surveys, checklists, questionnaires, assignments, organizers, guidelines, and rubrics, Differentiated Assessment Strategies addresses informal as well as formal assessments, and assessments before, during, and after learning for learners of all types and levels, including K-12, special needs, and gifted students. In addition to application of the latest research, you'll become skilled in novel assessment tools that provide immediate feedback. Chapman and King provide ready-to-use tools to:

  • Evaluate and activate students' prior knowledge
  • Transform homework into rich learning opportunities
  • Draw higher order thinking from ALL students
  • Assess learning to offer feedback to students Assess learner preferences, as well as cognitive styles and multiple intelligences
  • Determine student comprehension and requirements for reteaching
  • Build students' metacognitive power to self-assess their own learning

Table of Contents

1. Bringing Brain Research Into Practice With Differentiated Assessment
2. Creating a Climate for Assessment
3. Knowing the Learner
4. Assessing Before and During Learning
5. Assessing After the Learning
6. Assessing Learning in Differentiated Instructional Models and Strategies
7. Differentiating Assessment in the Age of Accountability
8. Pulling it All Together: Planning Differentiated Assessment

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