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Conrad M. Follmer

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Registered: 12/6/04
ASSESSMENT
Posted: Mar 29, 1995 10:27 PM
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As an elementary math & science coordinator, I am most concerned with our
teachers being able to assess a greater depth of their students'
understanding than is possible through more standard forms of assessment.
We are using student "Math Journals," observational assessment, and test
items which involve more of a short essay-type response. These are
helpful, but much more time consuming for the teacher. Anyone out there
try anything real efficient yet meaningful?







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