Making Assessment Work for Everyone: How to Build on Student Strengths

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Picture of kids lying in a circle with their heads together
By Patricia Kusimo, Melissa G. Ritter, Kathleen Busick, Chris Ferguson, Elise Trumbull, and Guillermo Solano-Flores

A product of the Assessment Laboratory Network Project of the Regional Education Laboratories

Contents
  * Introduction
  * Organization and Contents
  * 1: Seeing our Students' Cultures with "New Eyes" (PDF)
  * 2: Recognizing All Students' Language Abilities (PDF)
  * 3: Defining Good Assessment
  * 4: Using Students' Cultural and Linguistic Strengths to Build Good Assessments (PDF)
  * 5: Repairing and Improving Externally Developed Assessments (PDF)
  * 6: Readings to Deepen Our Learning (not available online)
  * 7: Professional Development Activities for Teachers (PDF)
  * 8: Resources and More Information (PDF)
  * Credits & Ordering Information


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