By Scott Sterling In our “brain-friendly” series, building on the work of Dr. David A. Sousa and his book, Brain-Friendly Assessments: What They Are and How to Use Them, we’ve talked about the what, why, and how of assessment: What is assessment, as opposed to testing? Why do we do it? How can we do […]
By Scott Sterling As we discussed last week, a goal in assessment is to measure how correctly and efficiently the brain has stored new knowledge or skills in its long-term memory. That’s the best definition we have for learning, but many assessments and tests fall short of this ideal, due to complications brought on by […]
by Scott Sterling The “greats” do it without even thinking. Those who are the most organized write it into their lesson plans. The rest of us have good days and bad days with it, and that’s OK. I’m talking about formative assessment, the great equalizer in educational practice—namely because it forces you not to equalize […]
20 Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement
By William N. Bender
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