Creating Assessments for Differentiated Instruction
How do you craft assessments that will give you the information you need to intervene with students exactly where they are? And how do you interpret those assessments once you have the results? In this webinar for the Assessment for Learning community on edWeb.net, Dr. Lee Ann Jung, specialist on assessing special populations, presented practical information on how to create assessments that yield the kind of information you need to know to differentiate instruction in your classroom. This webinar is relevant for elementary, middle, and high school teachers; Dr. Jung showed examples for all three levels.
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Assessment for Learning is a professional learning community (PLC) that provides ideas and resources for teachers to help them with instruction and real-time, formative assessment. The best practices, which are researched-based and relatively easy to introduce into the classroom, can have a tremendous impact on student achievement. This program is sponsored by Triumph Learning.
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