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Call Number: URI CML Prof. Resources LB3051 .A5627 2012
Publication Date: 2011-05-11
The text introduces preservice teachers to new tools and approaches to classroom assessment.
Measurement and Assessment in Teaching
Call Number: URI CML Reference LB3051 .L545 2013
Publication Date: 2013
This book contains guides for creating effective performance based assessment, as well as tips for evaluating publicly available tests.
Educational Testing and Measurement
Call Number: URI CML Reference LB3051 .K8 2013
Publication Date: 2013-01-04
This resource offers guidance on the creation of various assessments, as well as information on the national requirements of testing.
Call Number: URI CML Textbook LB1060 .S539 2011
Publication Date: 2011-04-01
This guide focuses on Task Rotation, a strategy that provides teachers with a manageable and highly effective way to differentiate learning activities and formative assessments via learning styles.
Test Reviews & Information
Who cares about Kelsey? [videorecording]
Call Number: URI CML Kits/Media LC1201 .W56 2012
Publication Date: 2012
Story of the transformation of a high school girl from a defiant and disruptive problem student to a motivated and self-confident young woman through her school's implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and a youth-directed planning process called RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural supports, Education, and Work). Includes nine short documentaries that illustrate a wide range of educational issues and evidence-based practices.
If These Halls Could Talk
"If our halls could talk, what would they say about the alarming rates of students of color leaving our colleges? What would they say are some of the causes for their departures? What would our students say it is like to be a minority student at a predominantly white campus? Are faculties and staff prepared for the influx of students from different backgrounds? When conflicts arise around diversity issues on the campus and in the classroom, are administrators and teachers prepared to handle them? What are some of the solutions needed to confront these problems? These and many other issues are discussed in this dynamic and electrifying new film directed and produced by Lee Mun Wah."--Container
Original minds [videorecording]
Call Number: URI CML Kits/Media LC4704.74 .O69 2011
Publication Date: 2011
Five high school students with learning disabilities reveal their unique approaches to learning
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