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To Grade and Not to Grade: A Parent's Guide to Understanding Classroom Assessment

To Grade and Not to Grade: A Parent
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by: by Corey Nagle www.teachercollaborate.com
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Publication Date: August 12, 2015
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 80
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633189256
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Book Synopsis
Are students achieving?
Teachers and parents share the same goal of wanting students to be successful in school and in life beyond school. Assessments are one way to improve learning and ensure that all students are achieving. While the term "assessment" is often tied to high-stakes tests, this book overviews types of assessments at the classroom level and how teachers, parents, and students can become involved in using classroom assessments to improve learning.
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About The Author
Corey earned a B. S. degree in biology, with grades 7-12 teacher certification in general science/biology and a K-12 teacher certification in environmental education from Grove City College. He has also earned a M.S. degree in special education from Central Connecticut State University and is pursuing a Doctorate of Education degree from the University of West Florida. Corey was recognized in 2014 as his district's teacher of the year and as a Connecticut Teacher of the Year semi-finalist. He currently enjoys teaching middle school science in Bristol, Connecticut, where he resides with his wife and daughter.
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