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Education Evaluations

There are a variety of ways to assess student achievement and knowledge, but the most common and least expensive is standardized testing. Learn ways to discuss testing of academic skills and evaluation with your child's teachers. Be an advocate for your child to make sure they're being assessed in ways that measure their competencies and learn strategies for teaching your child to be more successful with tests and evaluations.

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  • 11.

    Why is Assessment Important?

    Assessment is important because of all the decisions you will make about children when teaching and caring for them. The...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Curriculum-Based Assessment

    Curriculum-based assessment (CBA) is an approach to linking instruction with assessment. CBA has three purposes: (1) to...

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  • 13.

    Commonly Used Tests of Preschool Communication Development

    Assessing speech and language is an intensive and time-consuming process. A variety of strategies should be used, from...

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    Types of Grading Schemes

    The table below lists and describes different current approach to grading and provides the historical background for...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 15.

    Informal Methods of Assessment

    Informal assessment is a procedure for obtaining information that can be used to make judgements about children's...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 16.

    Categories of Skills and Abilities In Science Class

    This outline identifies the types of skills that science students ought to be able to do better after having taken...

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    Is High-Stakes Testing Cheating Your Kid?

    High stakes test results from a teacher's class can make or break a career, not to mention a school's budget. This...

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