Formative Assessment in the Christian Classroom

@inproceedings{Schenk2012FormativeAI,
  title={Formative Assessment in the Christian Classroom},
  author={Kevin Schenk},
  year={2012}
}
When student learning is defined solely by the results of a summative test, the nature of the student is devalued and the process of learning is minimized. Currently, the educational quality of schools is often judged by performance on standardized tests. This has put strain on teachers to measure up to government-set standards and has left students struggling to perform on high-pressure tests. An alternative to such testing exists in formative assessment. When one looks closely at formative… CONTINUE READING

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