Using Assessments to Teach for Understanding : A Casebook for Educators


Using Assessments to Teach for Understanding : A Casebook for Educators

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A companion to Facilitator's Guide to Using Assessments to Teach for Understanding, this casebook presents the challenges and dilemmas that teachers face with the contemporary climate of high-stakes accountabilty. The cases provide an opportunity to collaboratively analyse and reflect on issues.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Suzanne Wilson
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xix
Introduction: Framing the Issues and Dilemmas 1 (10)
in Classroom-Based Assessment
Tension Between Accountability and Student 11 (20)
Is ``Same'' Treatment ``Fair'' Treatment? 15 (4)
Michelle Phillips
A Trip on the Accountability 19 (6)
Highway---Speed Limit: As Fast as You Can Go
Keely C. Floegel
Does the End Justify the Means? 25 (6)
Kathleen Flowers
Designing, Using and Interpreting Assessments 31 (30)
that Capture Student Learning
Exploring Alternative Assessment 33 (6)
Susan E. Schultz
A Waypoint on the Journey to Literacy 39 (8)
Marge Collins
Pat Dawson
A Rubric for Reading Fluency 47 (6)
Carol Glenn
Assessment for Assessment's Sake? 53 (8)
Christina Carmelich
Using Assessments to Guide Instruction 61 (26)
How Much Is Enough? 63 (8)
Pam Spycher
Learning to Read . . . or Reading to Learn 71 (6)
Marlo Chavez
Using Rubrics to Teach Analytic Essay 77 (10)
Kerrin Murphy
Using Assessments as Tools for Reporting and 87 (20)
Finding the Right Words 89 (8)
Jean Babb
Adventures in the Narrative Evaluation 97 (10)
Jungle or, How Many Hours of Sleep Can You
Get While Assessing?
Gwen Toevs
Using Assessments to Guide Support for 107(16)
Beginning Teachers
Ellen Moir
Is Authentic Assessment Really Ideal for 109(4)
Grading and Reporting?
Leslie Smith
Knowing What You Want Is the First Step to 113(6)
Getting There
Wendy Baron
The Starting Point 119(4)
Lori Helman
Working with Case Writers: A Methodological 123(4)
Appendix A: Guidelines for Writing Cases 127(2)
Appendix B: Interstate New Teacher Assessment 129(4)
and Support Consortium (INTASC) Model Standards
for Beginning Teacher Licensing and Development
Annotated Bibliography 133(6)
About the Editors and the Case Authors 139