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The 2015 Conference will include a special strand that will focus on the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework. -More-
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Amid widening protests over race, the Missouri Students Association called on the Board of Curators to fire Tim Wolfe.
Richard J. Stiggins, an advocate of classroom assessments in the service of learning, identifies common misunderstandings about formative assessment.
Experts warn against grading formative assessments, but teachers sometimes worry that students won't take the tasks seriously any other way.
PARCC and Smarter Balanced have formative assessments that enable teachers to see if students 'get it' long before the tests.
In a growing number of schools, student self-assessments are just another part of the formative-learning process.
In the Grand Canyon state, teachers are getting a leg up from the state in their efforts to improve the on-the-spot assessments and instructional decisions they make in the classroom.
In Denver and elsewhere, learning progressions offer one tool teachers can use in the formative-assessment process.