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Using Student Self-Assessment to Guide Instruction

Video: Using Student Self-Assessment to Guide Instruction

Jeanie Rowling, Canton Early College Academy, describes her use of formative assessment to engage all students, determine their levels of understanding of content and guide her in planning and delivery of instruction so that all students can achieve the learning targets.

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Assessment, Curriculum, Data-based Decision Making, Diversity, Instruction, Middle, Student Engagement

Assessment > Assessment Purposes: Assessment for Learning

Last updated: April 7, 2022

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