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Category(ies): Policies, Research, Good Practices
Topic(s) & Sub-Topic(s): Professional Development (PD)
  •  ICT Pedagogy
Special Topics
  •  ICT integration
Country: All OAS member states
Title: Classroom Assessment: A Key Component to Support Education Transformation
Author: Jon Price Daniel Light Elizabeth Pierson
Summary: Through initiatives like Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (ATC21S ) Intel® has been collaborating with governments and policy-makers to create new national standards and national assessments. But Intel’s professional development programs help teachers use assessment for learning as part of a 21st century learning environment. In this paper, we highlight the research on six assessment strategies that should be part of a 21st century learning environment and encourage ministries to consider how these strategies may play a role in their own reform efforts: 1) Rubrics, 2) Performance-based assessments (PBAs), 3) Portfolios, 4) Student self-assessment, 5) Peer-assessment, 6) Student response systems (SRS).
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Publishing House: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Year of Publication: 2014
Upload date: 2/1/2018

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assessment for learning ICT integration

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Full Name: Light, Daniel
Organization Name: Education Development Center
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E-Mail: dl17199@gmail.com
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Keywords: Educational innovation, Democratic classrooms
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