Describes sixteen types of intelligent behavior called habits of mind and includes advice on how to assess and report student progress in using the habits of mind.Figure 3.4 Rubric for Persisting Source; Tamalpais Elementary School, Mill Valley, California. ... Tracy entered this piece as an example of how she had grown as a writer and how aware she was of her process for moving an idea from incubation to reality. Amy is a 6th grade student in Mamaroneck Public Schools in Mamaroneck, New York, who was asked to choose a piece of writing for her portfolio thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Assessing & Reporting on Habits of Mind|
|Author||:||Arthur L. Costa, Bena Kallick|
|Publisher||:||Assn for Supervision & Curriculum - 2000|