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by Patricia A. Wasley,Ann Lieberman,Joseph P. McDonald,David Allen

eBook Assessing Student Learning: From Grading to Understanding (the series on school reform) epub
  • ISBN: 0807737542
  • Author: Patricia A. Wasley,Ann Lieberman,Joseph P. McDonald,David Allen
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press (August 7, 1998)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1950 kb
  • FB2 size 1125 kb
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The Role of State Departments of Education in Complex School Reform SUSAN FOLLETT LUSI. How It Works-Inside a School–College Collaboration SIDNEY TRUBOWITZ AND PAUL LONGO.

The purpose of the book is to depict how the collaboration was created and maintained. The authors of How It Works, both former school principals, explore this collaboration from a position of experience and empathy.

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the series on school reform. ls: Possibilities and Pitfalls of High School Reform. School Reform Behind the Scenes. Joseph p. mcdonald, thomas hatch, edward kirby, nancy ames, norris M. haynes, & edward t. joyner. University of Washington. Valerie e. lee & douglas D. ready. Seeing Through Teachers’ Eyes: Professional Ideals and Classroom Practices. Looking Together at Student Work: A Companion Guide to Assessing Student Learning. Tina blythe, david allen, & barbara shieffelin powell. Leading Educational Change. Global Issues, Challenges, and Lessons on Whole-System Reform. Senior Scholar, Stanford University. Leading Educational Change: Global Issues, Challenges, and Lessons on Whole-System Reform.

David Allen is president of the David Allen Company and has more than two decades' experience as a management consultant and executive coach, having worked with organizations such as Merck, the Ford Foundation, and the . He has been featured in "Fortune, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal," the "Los Angeles Times," and many other publications. Библиографические данные. Looking Together at Student Work: A Companion Guide to Assessing Student Learning Series on school reform.

Featuring contributions from some of today’s leading educators, this resource provides a range of practical, replicable processes for collaboratively examining student work, including writing samples, visual work, portfolios, and exhibitions. This uniquely practical text presents vivid descriptions of teachers engaged in collaborative processes in actual school settings, from early elementary through high school. Reporting on the work of several of the most important school change networks and institutes--and incorporating the perspectives of education researchers, teacher educators, administrators, and teachers―this volume builds a powerful argument for refocusing professional development on the collaborative and reflective examination of authentic student work, rather than relying on representations of student learning such as test scores and grades.

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