March 30, 2013See All Newsletters
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Hi Member,
It’s hard to believe that it’s already time for another installment of our “Top Videos” of the month, but March’s end is here and with it brings our most-watched assessment videos of the month.
 
No matter what time of the year it is, we’re always looking for different and better ways to assess our students’ progress. Whether we use that information to help inform the way we plan, to respond to their work differently, or to create more differentiated learning opportunities, these formative assessments below can easily be integrated into your daily routines.
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
See why Mr. Crandall calls his approach a “low-stress” assessment.
Ms. Barchi uses tiered exit cards to differentiate and identify areas she needs to re-teach.
In this end-of-lesson method, I can quickly find out how students’ thinking is progressing.
In this new blog post, the Center for Teaching Quality's Ben Curran dives into a section of the Core: The Standards of Mathematical Practice.
Looking to help fellow educators answer questions? Or a place to find great answers? Check out these Q&A posts, or post your own!