Active assessment: thinking learning and assessment in science

Everybody seems to be talking about assessment for learning. This book shows how to do it.

Using a highly creative approach it explains in detail how assessment, thinking and learning can be integrated in science lessons.

More than 30 different assessment techniques are described, with each one illustrated for two different age ranges. Concise teachers' notes for each technique explain what the approach is how you use it for assessment how teachers can manage it in the classroom how it helps with learning.

Electronic versions of the activities are provided on the accompanying CD.

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Author(s)Stuart Naylor, Brenda Keogh, Anne Goldsworthy
Age5-7, 7-11
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Shelf referenceA 372.35044 NAY
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