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Common Formative Assessment: A Toolkit for Professional Learning Communities at Work

Kim Bailey and Chris Jakicic


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Publisher Description

Teams that engage in designing, using, and responding to common formative assessments are more knowledgeable about their own standards, more assessment literate, and able to develop more strategies for helping all students learn. In this conversational guide, the authors offer tools, templates, and protocols to incorporate common formative assessments into the practices of a PLC to monitor and enhance student learning

Product Details

Author
Kim Bailey, Chris Jakicic
Short Title
COMMON FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Pages
129
Publisher
Solution Tree
Language
English
ISBN-10
1936765144
ISBN-13
9781936765140
Media
Book
Format
Paperback
Illustrations
Yes
Year
2010
Publication Date
2010-10-01
Audience
Professional and Scholarly
Subtitle
A Toolkit for Professional Learning Communities at Work¿