Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning by Jan ChappuisThis practical new book from Pearson Assessment Training Institute organizes research-based recommendations about classroom assessment practices around three formative assessment questions: Where am I going?; Where am I now?; and How can I close the gap? The framework is sequenced so that you can easily weave assessment for learning practices into daily teaching and assessment activities. The Seven Strategies are organized around the three big questions:
Where Am I Going?
Strategy 1: Provide a clear and understandable vision of the learning target.
Strategy 2: Use examples and models of strong and weak work.
Where Am I Now?
Strategy 3: Offer regular descriptive feedback.
Strategy 4: Teach students to self-assess and set goals.
How Can I Close the Gap?
Strategy 5: Design lessons to focus on one aspect of quality at a time.
Strategy 6: Teach students focused revision.
Strategy 7: Engage students in self-reflection and let them keep track of and share their learning. Also included in:
Total Professional Development Package - ISBN 9780132548922
Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning - 10 Books Package - ISBN 9780131392823
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Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning, 2nd Edition
Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning. The book, Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning, organizes research-based recommendations about formative assessment practices into an instructional framework that can improve student achievement. Through its study it focuses on the following:. Overview of the Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning. Formal and informal processes teachers and students use to gather evidence for the purpose of improving learning in the classroom we asses formally through assignments, tests, quizzes, performances, projects, and surveys; or informally through questioning and dialogue, observing, and note taking. In any of these instances, we may or may not be engaged in formative assessment: the determining factor is not the type of assessment we use, but rather how we and our students use the information.
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Table of Contents
In Seven Strategies of Assessment Learning , author Jan Chappuis gives K to 12 classroom teachers an incisive look at seven practical strategies structured around three essential questions—Where am I going? Where am I now? Complete with research-based recommendations about assessment practices for improving student achievement, the book is sequenced to help teachers easily weave formative assessment practices into daily teaching and assessment activities at all levels. After introducing the strategies and the research base for formative assessment practices, the remaining chapters explain each strategy in detail, provide a research-based rationale for using the strategy, describe how the strategy can be applied in contexts ranging from kindergarten through high school in a range of subject areas, and offer instructions for carrying out core procedures and suggestions for adaptations. The new features new, more recent research, extended examples of the strategies, and improved features that make the text easier to use for collaborative learning.