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1. What are the types of assessment? -- 2. What evidence supports the use of a variety of assessment types? -- 3. How can I create a brain-compatible classroom environment that fosters high academic achievement? -- 4. How can I begin with the end in mind? -- 5. How can I write quality selected- and constructed-response test items? -- 6. How can effective questioning show that students are learning? -- 7. How do I know what students already know before the lesson? -- 8. How do I know what students are learning during the lesson? -- 9. How do I know what students have learned after the lesson? -- 10. How can checklists be used to assess student learning? -- 11. How can rubrics be used to assess student learning? -- 12. How do we know what students are learning when they work together? -- 13. How can students peer- and self-assess during the formative process? -- 14. How can students know the top off any test?.
This book describes the theories behind various assessment types and addresses specific ways to create brain-compatible learning environments that foster high achievement. Educators learn how to identify where to begin in the formative assessment process and how to proceed as they develop expertise.
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