Assessment Competency: How to Efficiently Obtain the Right Information to Improve Data-Driven Instruction
Assessments are an integral part of every teacher’s and administrator’s professional role. Yet many educators have not been trained in the how and why of assessments. In many districts, assessment discussions are often met with resistance due to the frustration of not understanding the goals of testing requirements. When assessments are properly administered and integrated into instruction, the resulting data can provide valuable information about progress toward instructional goals, success of interventions, and overall curriculum implementation. In this Education Insight, you'll get a complete view of assessments and how they relate to the classroom and student performance. Download and start reading it now.
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