Student assessment techniques can help you determine how your students learn and which of your teaching methods are most effective. Use the Student Assessment Web Guide to find successful assessment resources online.
Classroom assessment is more than just assigning grades to students. Get up to speed with student assessment basics and discover how you can improve the learning environment in your classroom.
Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence
at Penn State offers a PDF document that introduces classroom assessment. Though written for teachers at the college level, the advice is helpful for teachers at all levels.
Creating a systematic approach is the first step to developing student assessment techniques. Use the Web sites below to get started.
provides a compilation of assessment rubrics and visual organizers from around the Web that can help assess students’ progress and aptitudes in different subject areas.
Discover how to write a meaningful plan of action for your students to achieve. Learning objectives assessment is easy with the help of the Web.
California Polytechnic State University
(Cal Poly) has an in-depth learning outcomes assessment plan designed for college classrooms that can be scaled to fit elementary, middle and high school classrooms.
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