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For many, it is that time of year where our students take standardized assessments. Stress is high. The stakes may be higher.
But not all assessments are related to accountability programs or college admissions. No matter how you feel about the world-wide testing culture of students, we all agree that knowing what our students know/learned is invaluable to providing them the best educational opportunities possible.
There is so much here that could be said…
Prompt: Write a post that discusses “assessments.”
It can be your feelings on the accountability climate, informal assessments, assessing student projects, or anything else related to testing, feedback, and measuring learning.
Or maybe a good old-fashioned rant 🙂