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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mary Shea; Rosemary Murray; Rebecca Harlin
|Description:||xviii, 174 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Recognizing developmental changes --
Are they learning? --
Evidence of thinking --
Work samples --
In-the-classroom benchmarks --
Norm-referenced and other statewide standardized achievement tests --
Analyzing and evaluating data --
Reporting achievement and planning the next instructional step.
|Responsibility:||Mary Shea, Rosemary Murray, Rebecca Harlin.|
Together, CARP and TWIN simplify assessment by breaking it down into manageable chunks, while at the same time making information readily available to plan your teaching or substantiate student achievement." "With numerous student-work samples from a wide range of grade levels, Drowning in Data? demonstrates how actionable evidence can be retrieved day by day, moment by moment in any instructional relationship. Whether you are a veteran searching for a better way to document your teaching, a preservice teacher, or a novice teacher, Drowning in Data? is your best source for ideas on high-quality, ongoing assessment."--Jacket.