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ICT, Education Reform, and Economic Growth: A Conceptual Framework
Study looks at science fairs for success factors that make them successful and how science fair participation can catalyze student research.
Students research fractions on the job and share presentations that demonstrate the importance of knowing fractions.
Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas give you a ready to adapt for implement as-is project.
Get project ideas from other teachers who have used Assessing Projects in the classroom.
Students research ”Great Thinkers” and become the thinkers, sharing their lives and accomplishments with the class.
Students research medieval times, role-play medieval characters, build a castle, and prepare a feast fit for a king.
Research suggests that students benefit from continuous and ongoing assessment. Read about these benefits.
Determining how students are using higher-order thinking can be a challenge. Learn methods for assessing thinking.
In some classrooms, assessment is often limited to tests and papers. Learn about different types of assessment.
Use these strategies to check for student understanding. Students use them to think about their own learning.
Use these strategies to assess student’ ability to take ownership of their learning, and self- and peer assess work.
Learn effective assessment strategies by examining examples of different kinds of assessments.
Use these strategies to help students stay on-track, design appropriate instruction, and document growth.
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See how easy it is to use Assessing Projects. Follow a tutorial that helps get you started.
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An education system is made of interconnected, mutually reinforcing components. Transformative policy implements change across all of the components.
Develop or create your own strategies for student-centered assessments.
Students use properties of matter and inquiry to role-play inventors finding a marketable use for a new substance.
Secondary assessment plans for different subject areas help you with planning a student-centered project of your own.