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Week 4 Reflection

This has been as interesting reading about different assessment models, methods and history.  I’ve been thinking a little more concretely about authentic assessments and performance-based assessments this week, particularly as I have worked on my assessment evaluation on Edublogs.  I … Continue reading

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Week 1 Reflection

Nothing warms me up to assessment like alternative forms of assessment.  I think I have a lot of company.  In “The Alternative Assessment Paradigm Shift, M. A. Buhagiar,” I see hope for students and teachers everywhere who will find new … Continue reading

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