Classroom Assessments that Informs Instruction

This paper introduces educators to the concept of assessments that informs classroom instruction. It offers representative formative assessments that elementary, middle, and high school teachers can use in their classrooms to inform their instructional practices. Specifically, the authors illustrate assessments teachers can use before, during, and after instruction that will help them understand their students’ learning and reflect upon their own instructional effectiveness.

Source Organization: Kappa Delta Pi

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