Sunday, November 2, 2014

Learning Through Assessment

Before he gives an assessment, the old sage grants his pupils hope for a fruitful learning experience. Maybe that's not exactly what he says, but whatever comes out that day, he communicates to his students the importance of keeping the learning process alive, always, and especially when taking a quiz.

I was reminded of this story while making the following two card decks for professional development. I thought Quizlet would be a different way to discuss some of our new district, campus, and department initiatives.

After studying the decks and practicing the games, try the quizzes by clicking the heading links.

Grading Beliefs and Practices

Targeted Skills (based on STAAR results) and Instructional Activities

1 comment:

  1. Well! Learning Through Assessment is really amazing idea and it has good learning content related to specific topic. As a teacher i suggest to my students to take interest in assessment which help to acknowledge the level of skills and how much remain to get expertise. Infect, I have posted my article at on the same topic then say students to read that article to have clear concept about the assessment and its related components.