Synopses & Reviews
This collection of quick, flexible, informal assessments helps teachers take a snapshot of student learningat any time during a lesson or unit of study, in any curriculum area. Students' responses give teachers a clear picture of what students know and what they need help with, what material to reteach or extend, and how to pace instruction. Designed to engage a range of learning styles and skills, the assessments come with an easy step-by-step plan, grade-level modifications, tiering tips, and student samples! For use with Grades 3-8.
This set of quick, informal assessments gives teachers a clear picture of what students know and what they need help with!
About the Author
Judith Dodge, an expert on differentiating instruction, is a frequently sought-after presenter and staff developer for school districts, colleges, and professional organizations. She is the author of The Study Skills Handbook and Differentiation in Action, both published by Scholastic.