Look beyond high-stakes testing to learn about different ways of assessing the full range of student ability—social, emotional, and academic achievement.
- Providing elementary students with multiple means of action and expression helps ensure that teachers create equitable, valid assessments.1136
- Tracking information related to their learning teaches students useful data skills and guides them to work on goal-setting.3647
- Though they have the potential to excel in many fields, we’re neglecting a large body of students with a unique set of skills.15.3k
- When teachers bring collaboration, creativity, and movement into assessment, anxiety and dread give way to confidence and joy as students show off what they have learned.1.9k