'Real learning is deeply personal. It requires that learners participate meaningfully in the ideas and subjects that they explore as they shape and reshape what they know and want to know.
Diane Ronis has written a book that brings coherence and intelligence to understanding how to assess such learning.'uFrom the Foreword by Renate Nummela Caine and Geoffrey CaineGive students a clear roadmap for future success!Each student, unique in his or her ability to learn, acquires processes, and demonstrates knowledge individually.
Building upon this premise, Diane Ronis, a recognized expert in brain-compatible learning and assessment, goes beyond the world of standardized testing to show educators how to build and use targeted assessments based on the latest neuroscientific research.Updated to reflect recent findings about how the brain learns, Brain-Compatible Assessments, Second Edition, provides readers with revised tools for assessing achievement in ways that allow for brain differences within any classroom setting.
Showing teachers how to construct or design rubrics that are based on standards and reflect principles of brain-compatible learning, this second edition:Applies brain research to improve formative and summative assessment in the classroomProvides how-to's for constructing top quality rubricsIncorporates technologyEducators will discover how to effectively apply practical high-level assessments in a standards-based environment to help all students realize their potential and succeed.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 160 pages
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
- Publication Date: 27/03/2007
- Category: Educational psychology
- ISBN: 9781412950213
- Hardback from £52.55