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Thin Slicing: When Teacher Teams Work Together to Look at Results

By Duncan Wilson In my role as an instructional leader, I have worked with teacher teams to look at student...
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“Is My Writing Good Enough?” Improving Writing by Analyzing Student Work & Generating Performance Standards

By David Wakelyn For the first time, many states have adopted standards that place equal emphasis on reading and writing....
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Article

Reflections on the Common Core Testing Consortia

By Lesley Muldoon It’s been nearly eight years since the launch of the two Race to the Top funded testing...
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Article

Building Better Assessments for Learning

By Laura Slover As formative assessment scholar Dylan Wiliam defines it, assessments for learning “use evidence of student learning to...
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News

It’s in the Details: Let’s be Specific about the Uses of Assessment Results

By Nathan Dadey The Need for Specificity “We have selected Assessment XYZ to improve teaching and learning in our district.”...
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How Student Voice Can Inform Assessment for Learning in Schools

By Natalie Hedden Schools often consult outside experts to help them enhance their curriculum or improve student outcomes, using the...
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Following Their Lead: Some Thoughts About Student-Led Assessment

By Scott Marion Student-led assessment has become the umbrella term for describing the range of approaches by which students are...
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Becoming a Superhero of Assessment Literacy

By Heather Lageman Life and learning today is all about the questions – not the answers.  Ernő Rubik, inventor of...
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