Tammie Taylor

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Recent Reviews by Tammie

Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:52 PM
5 Performace-Based assessments
After reading the article In Praise Of Performance-Based Assessments, it got me to thinking about how I could use performance based assessments to allow my students to demonstrate what they have learned about specific content using what works for each individual learner. Allowing each student to determine how they would show what they have learned for the given task would be the differentiation in my assessment. Performance based assessment would allow students like my son, the chance to show what he knows using his strengths instead of playing on his weakness of recalling the information need to answer multiple choice test questions.