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  • Formative Assessment

    Formative Assessment,  Formative Assessment A P O S I T I O N S TAT E M E N T O F T H E I N T E R N AT I O N A L R E A D I N G A S S O C I AT I O N • 2 • Formative assessment is a purposeful process that provides, formative assessment to inform instruction. When engaging in formative assessment, teachers, assessment as an integral component of a comprehensive approach to literacy instruction and assessment. Background Black and Wiliam (1998) published an analysis of research that has become
    June 10, 2015
  • Essential Readings on Assessment

    Book description, bibliographic details, and ordering information
    August 03, 2015
  • Assessment in the Era of the Common Core

    Assessment in the Era of the Common Core, Institute 19: Assessment in the Era of the Common Core Elfrieda H. Hiebert Reading, is designed to address? In the school year of 2014-2015, a new generation of assessments, . Questions are many about the content and consequences of these assessments. What types of literacy, pressing questions of educational leaders in states, districts, and schools about the new assessments. The presenters include the primary architect of the Common Core, leaders in national assessment
    March 14, 2013
  • More of What’s Meaningful: Formative Assessments

    More of What’s Meaningful: Formative Assessments, for “assessment” to be a dirty word. If assessments match what students do, are used by teachers, to spend a blog post lauding the value of assessments? p: Fort Worth Squatch via, , quantitative assessments and the kind that we need more of. Formative assessments, those that help, instruction. In order for formative assessments to enhance, not detract, from classroom instruction, it’s important they meet a few criteria: Formative assessments should match what you want students
    August 29, 2013
  • Council Self-assessment - Interactive

    Council Self-assessment - Interactive,  ILA COUNCIL BOARD MEMBER SELF-ASSESSMENT The intent of the annual Board Self-Assessment, and the board as a whole can be most efective in supporting the organization. A board assessment process, to increased board efectiveness. Board Self-Assessment Mark with an “x” the column that best, COUNCIL BOARD MEMBER SELF-ASSESSMENT ( CONTINUED ) (Continued) Please list the three areas where, COUNCIL BOARD MEMBER SELF-ASSESSMENT ( CONTINUED )
    May 26, 2015
  • NAEYC Report on Assessment of Young Children

    NAEYC Report on Assessment of Young Children, assessment beyond the implementation of kindergarten entry assessments. Read more about this report, and other large scale assessments. Over the past few years, interest in assessing children, form of kindergarten entry or readiness assessment, even before the development of such an assessment, . The development of readiness assessments has varied across states in terms of the areas of child development, Kindergarten Readiness and Other Large-Scale Assessment Systems: Necessary Considerations
    December 22, 2011
  • CCSS and the PARCC Performance Assessments for Teaching and Learning

    CCSS and the PARCC Performance Assessments for Teaching and Learning, Institute 6: CCSS Reading/Literacy, Writing, & Speaking and Listening Standards and the PARCC Performance Assessments for Teaching and Learning Tony Petrosky Stephanie, and the new PARCC assessments are game-changers for ELA. Together, they demand more reading and writing, a dialogue with participants about the demand and design of the PARCC assessments by examining a prototype assessment set. After this, participants will break into separate sessions (English language
    March 15, 2013
  • IRA Joins Call for Extended Transition on CCSS Assessments

    IRA Joins Call for Extended Transition on CCSS Assessments, CCSS-based assessments begin. The text of the letter is set out below. A PDF version is also, and assessment. This work will take time. Rushing to make high-stakes decisions such as student, on assessments of the Common Core standards before the standards have been fully, . There is a growing consensus that we are moving too quickly to implement new standards, new assessments, and new high-stakes decisions related to those assessments. It is fair to say that time
    July 12, 2013
  • Understanding and Using Reading Assessment, K-12 (2nd ed.)

    Understanding and Using Reading Assessment, K-12 (2nd ed.), the guidelines you need to best conceptualize assessment that benefits all students, as you understand and use reading assessment.</p> <p>Framed in relation to the educational, social, and political factors that exert varied degrees of influence upon reading assessment, chapters focus on a particular type of assessment to familiarize you with the range of available assessments. Using assessment well, , and validity of each assessment.</p> <p>The second edition has been thoroughly updated with</p> <ul
    August 03, 2015
  • Using High-Stakes Assessments for Grade Retention and Graduation Decisions

    Using High-Stakes Assessments for Grade Retention and Graduation Decisions, on teaching to the test, and classroom assessments are often designed to match the high-stakes assessment, assessment. Such assessments inform instruction and are thus purposeful, collaborative, dynamic, assessments such as those being developed by the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium,  Developed by the High-Stakes Assessments Board Task Force (2013–2014) of the International Reading Association 2014 Using High-Stakes Assessments for Grade Retention and Graduation
    June 10, 2015
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