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Informal Assessment
Fri Jun 5, 2015 07:22

Sara, I definitely agree with you! Informal assessment is a low-pressure situation in which we can observe what students are truly capable of. My question becomes now, how can we prove to those above us what students know? State testing may be an unhelpful measure of student knowledge, so how do we work around that, especially if our students are not able to write yet and thus we cannot create a concrete portfolio?

  • Re: Assessment - Sara Pappas, Thu Jun 4 17:38
    I like this question! Honestly, the best assessments I have seen are informal observations. In other words, watching children while they play, while they do their job boxes or work given to them... more
    • Re: Sara - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 6 14:30
      I agree with the informal assessments. I think they are very important to see students work and play naturally and not forcing them to do anything.
    • Informal Assessment - luckadooso, Fri Jun 5 07:22
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