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Charity Tanaleon, former band director at Norwood Junior High School, uses student-created music playlists as a way to learn more about students and engage them to reflect and express their
Kim Guadagnoli, theater teacher at Grand Terrace High School, tells us how to use the “Exit Ticket” strategy to help students review and reflect on their learning.
Experts from the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP) share 3 meaning-making strategies you can use to engage students in your classroom.
In order to gather information that is useful for making better educational decisions, evidence of student understanding or learning must be collected. Watch this video for a primer on assessments
Formative Assessment 301 – Part 3: Suporting Teachers with Formative Assessment During or After Instruction
In this module, school leaders will consider how to examine lesson learning intentions and how effective discussions, tasks, and activities can be engineered to elicit evidence of student learning. The
In this module, we are going to discuss three tools and resources that can be used to move teacher practice forward with respect to formative assessment processes: 1) Student Work
This first module begins with an overview of the formative assessment process and serves as an advanced introduction to supporting high-quality formative assessment processes in the classrooms.