EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS NITKO 6TH EDITION PDF

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Educational Assessment of Students, 6th Edition

Sign In We’re sorry! If you’re interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. Assists instructors with sample syllabi, exams, homework assignments, and projects. Description For a wide variety of courses in classroom assessment.

Educational Assessment of Students, 6th Edition. Provides for easy look-up of important terms and concepts. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.

If You’re an Educator Download instructor resources Additional order info. Asssssment assisted several countries with classroom assessment, most recently formative student assessment in Ethiopia and portfolio assessment in Jordan. New to This Edition. Description 6t a wide variety of courses in asesssment assessment. To the text’s hundreds of practical examples are added checklists to aid in evaluating assessment vehicles and scores of strategies for assessing higher-order thinking, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills.

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Teaches students how to write prompts that effectively assess different writing genres—explains the development and use of rubrics to evaluate writing. Organize chapter material clearly and succinctly—focus students’ attention on key content and create a handy study guide.

This highly respected text offers the most comprehensive discussion of traditional and alternative assessments of any classroom assessment text—explaining, giving examples, discussing pros and cons, and showing how to construct virtually all of the traditional and alternative assessments teachers use in the classroom. Educational Assessment of Students, The, 5th Edition. To the text’s hundreds of practical examples are added checklists to aid in evaluating assessment vehicles and scores of strategies for assessing higher-order thinking, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills.

Show students the exceptional range of assessment tools available—provide models for developing assessments, aligning assessments with lesson plans and standards, and creating both traditional and alternative assessments.

NEW – A glossary.

Educational Assessment of Students, 6th Edition

You have successfully signed out and will be required to sign back in should you need to download more resources. We don’t recognize your username or password. Sign Up Already have an access code? The author explores assessment theories and research findings as studentw affect teaching and learning, and examines why, when, and how teachers should use assessment in the classroom.

She has written or co-authored 7 books and over 40 articles on assessment. Provides for easy look-up of important terms and concepts. Educational Assessment of Students, 6th Edition.

Engages students’ interest in chapter content—readies them for what’s important in each chapter and helps them gauge their understanding. NEW – Coverage of current topics in eeducational including: NEW – A glossary. NEW – Coverage of ways to assess students’ writing skills. Teaches students how to write prompts that effectively assess different writing genres—explains the development and use of rubrics to evaluate writing.

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Assists future teachers to develop a personal grading style—emphasizes the importance of aligning grading philosophy with teaching philosophy. Provide standards for evaluating every type of assessment included in the text —create a template prospective teachers can use to evaluate new assessment tools they encounter. Show students the exceptional range of assessment tools available—provide models for developing assessments, aligning assessments with lesson plans and standards, and creating both assesxment and alternative assessments.

NEW – An introductory overview in every chapter —Poses the key questions that each chapter addresses and describes how each chapter is organized. NEW – Improved coverage of the use of performance assessments, projects, and portfolios. Offers numerous new ideas for developing and using these tools—gives a fresh perspective on the many ways such assessments can inform teaching and improve student learning.

She is editor of Educational Measurement: NEW – An introductory overview in every chapter —Poses the key questions that each chapter addresses and describes how each chapter is organized. Share a link to All Resources.

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