5 Assessment Forms That Promote Content Retention

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If we hope to construct enduring understanding in our students, it’s critical that, now more than ever, we know their strengths and interests. By incorporating students’ strengths and weakness into a

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

Good assessment is not an end process. We can ensure students learn and retain information by planning our assessments more carefully.

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Author: loremipsem

I am Head of Teaching and Learning and teach English at an independent School in Melbourne. I am passionate about using technology as a learning tool and I love reading and literature and language.

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