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Remark K-12 Education - 11 views

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    Whether you are scanning paper tests and forms or collecting data online, Remark products provide you with the tools you need to get your results quickly.
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Remark OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) and Web Survey Software for survey scanning, test... - 2 views

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    Flagship product, Remark Office OMR®, is the leading scanning software for collecting and analyzing data from plain-paper OMR (optical mark recognition) forms, using any common image scanner. You have the flexibility to create and print your own OMR (or "bubble") forms, and scan them with your TWAIN compatible image scanner.
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Art of Teaching - Assessing Learning - 5 views

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    Assessment is most often associated with grading, but there are in fact several other purposes for assessment which are just as (if not more) important to teaching and learning.
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ISTE Classroom Observation Tool - 2 views

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    The ISTE Classroom Observation Tool (ICOT®) is a FREE online tool that provides a set of questions to guide classroom observations of a number of key components of technology integration.
    1. TEACHERS can use ICOT to learn from colleagues.
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Finding Balance: Assessment in the Middle School Classroom [Stiggins] - 0 views

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    Most teachers routinely develop and communicate to students and parents the various plans and policies that govern the middle school classroom. Usually, this includes a classroom management plan, a grading policy, an instructional plan linked to state and district curriculum standards, a homework policy, and perhaps an intervention plan detailing what will happen for students if they fall behind.\n\nRarely do teachers include a classroom assessment plan. Most teachers typically don't develop this plan because it has been our history to see assessment as a series of isolated testing events: tests given at the end of an instructional unit or time period, like the end of a semester. However, as it turns out, students achieve at higher levels when teachers think more deeply about how their classroom assessments fit into their larger instructional environment.
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The Best Value in Formative Assessment - 0 views

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    Ready-made benchmark tests cannot substitute for day-to-day formative assessment conducted by assessment-literate teachers.
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Formative and Summative Assessment in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Successful middle schools engage students in all aspects of their learning. There are many strategies for accomplishing this. One such strategy is student-led conferences. As a classroom teacher or administrator, how do you ensure that the information shared in a student-led conference provides a balanced picture of the student's strengths and weaknesses? The answer to this is to balance both summative and formative classroom assessment practices and information gathering about student learning.
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Assessing What Matters [Robert Sternberg] - 0 views

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    Worthy assessments should reflect the broader capabilities that students need to thrive in the 21st century.
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Teaming for Success in Underperforming Schools - 0 views

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    Like never before, today's classroom teachers routinely are being asked to collaboratively analyze student data, develop or implement new mandated curricula, and assess the effectiveness of these innovations. Ironically, few preservice preparatory or in-service professional development programs actively train classroom instructors in the use of team-based inquiry or collaborative data- driven problem solving. Framed within the context of the literature and governmental efforts to achieve school reform, this article describes one such in-service program, in practice at public and charter schools in high-need communities in New York City. The Inquiry Based School Improvement Program (IBSIP) was created and designed to help schools serving high-need communities in New York City engage in the types of team-based inquiry and data-driven problem solving needed to meet the everchanging institutional demands on these schools to improve.
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All About Assessment: The Mistaken Holy Grail - 0 views

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    Assessment validity refers to the accuracy of a score-based inference about a test taker's status. This definition sounds pretty highbrow, but it really isn't. Educators are interested in getting a fix on students' knowledge and skills so they can make sensible instructional decisions about those students. But teachers can't tell how much a particular student knows merely by looking at the student. That's because students' cognitive skills and knowledge are covert. Accordingly, we test students so we can use their overt responses to the test to make an inference about what's covert. Tests aren't valid or invalid; inferences are.
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Free tool for Student Technology Assessments - 0 views

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    Free Tech Literacy Assessment tool for students in grades K-12, specifically geared toward middle schoolers. who are required to be technology literate by 8th grade.
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Data Wise: A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Assessment Results to Improve Teaching and Lea... - 0 views

  • The scenarios that illustrate each chapter come from two case studies, one based on a K-8th grade scenario and the other a 9th-12th grade setting. Data Wise grounds its discussion in examples from those contexts, keeping the material accessible and focused on realistic problems and solutions. Data Wise's process depends on collaboration and full faculty participation. With a sympathetic understanding of the inevitable limits on staff time, the authors discuss the best ways to structure collaborative faculty time and include three protocols to involve faculty and staff in gaining insight from data.
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    Demystify that data! A powerful asset to data driven inquiry and improvement, Data Wise comes out of a work group of Boston Public School leaders and Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty and doctoral students and is informed by the development of a data system now used by all Boston Public Schools. Data Wise guides schools and school systems through the growth of comprehensive data systems that encompass classroom work samples as well as standardized tests.
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Looking Collaboratively at Student Work: An Essential Toolkit - 0 views

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    Looking closely together at student work can unveil a treasure trove of insights to guide school communities as they reflect on their purpose, assess their progress, and plan strategies for reaching all children better. It's scary work, though, and respectful protocols can help.
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SAT Scores Flat as Test-Taking Edges Upward - 0 views

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    Overall SAT scores remained flat this year amid continued but slowing growth in the number of high school seniors taking the widely used college-entrance exam, according to a report released today by the College Board, the New York City-based nonprofit organization that owns the exam.
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State's schools improve, achievement gap persists - 0 views

  • But the good news came paired with bad as state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell declared that the education of African American students has reached a crisis stage. Scores of that group remained well below those of white and Asian American students, he said, while black students' English skills generally match those of Latino students - many of whom are just learning the language.
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    The state's public school students improved in reading, writing and mathematics this year, marking five years of near-steady growth on the tough California Standards Test, results released Thursday show.
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SAT scores nationally unchanged from 2007 [LA Times] - 0 views

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    A record number of students took the college admissions test, of which 40% were minorities. In California, 5% more students than last year took the SAT.
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Education Week: Assessment for Learning - 0 views

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    Assessments of learning provide evidence of achievement for public reporting; assessments for learning serve to help students learn more. The crucial distinction is between testing to determine the status of learning and testing to promote greater learning.
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Using data to inform - 0 views

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    Classroom images and examples of using data to inform.
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