Accessible Assessment: How 9 Sensible Techniques Can Power Data-driven Reading Instruction

Spiral Bound | May 10, 2011

byMichael F. Optiz, Michael P. Ford, James Erekson

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Accessible Assessment isn't like many of today's complex, time-consuming assessment programs. It combines nine informal techniques into a manageable, calendarized framework that makes sense and drives highly targeted, differentiated instruction. Opitz, Ford, and Erekson help teachers:

  • measure only what matters most
  • assess with the confidence that comes from a strong research base
  • increase consistency and organization across school years, grades, and buildings
  • implement predictable assessment structures flexibly
  • plan short-, medium-, and long-range instructional goals.

Accessible Assessment can make a big difference for individual teachers, but it's even more powerful for teaching teams or entire buildings. It can bring a new level of coherence to any crucial assessment task, including:

  • screening, progress monitoring, and diagnostics for RTI
  • assessing for key reading standards (including Common Core)
  • sharing information with colleagues, administrators, and parents.

Make assessment count more than ever by counting only what really counts. Count on Accessible Assessment.

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Accessible Assessment isn't like many of today's complex, time-consuming assessment programs. It combines nine informal techniques into a manageable, calendarized framework that makes sense and drives highly targeted, differentiated instruction. Opitz, Ford, and Erekson help teachers: measure only what matters most assess with the ...

Format:Spiral BoundDimensions:208 pages, 1 × 9 × 0.75 inPublished:May 10, 2011Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0325030529

ISBN - 13:9780325030524

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