The contributors tell their own stories, presenting and describing some of the authentic assessment and reporting strategies they have devised and are using in their classrooms. Narratives, developmental continuums, and indicators of progress are all explored. Strategies focus on home and school collaboration, student self-assessment, the technology for developing report forms, and more. Throughout the book, abundant examples and samples of student work show ways to bring curriculum, outcomes, and progress reports together.2. 3. Progress Checklist Objectives Identify and use capital letters in outlines. Demonstrate ability to produce ... Write a compound (combining) sentence using a comma and the words and, but, or or (We could go to the movie, or we could play tennis). 10. Order sentences in a paragraph using the words first, next, then, finally. Mastered Needs Improvement Comments ... The key disadvantage is that portfolios do not easily translate into the calculation of grade point averages.
|Title||:||Report Card on Report Cards|
|Author||:||Tara S. Azwell, Elizabeth Schmar|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann Educational Publishers - 1995|