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Books & Journals

Taking Inquiry to Scale: An Alternative to Traditional Approaches to Education ReformBeyond Standardized Truth: Improving Teaching and Learning through Inquiry-Based Reading Assessment


English Journal"Knowing Better: Examining Assessment"
English Journal
, September 2013

 

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Online Learning

Close Reading: The Assessment-Instruction Connection (Grades 6-12)
December 10 at 5:00 p.m. EST with Scott Filkins

Close Reading: The Assessment-Instruction Connection (Grades 6-12)
(on demand web seminar)

Investigation: Using Evidence to Inform Practice: Feedback and Feed Forward (Grades 6-12)

Supporting Adolescent Readers through Classroom-based Assessment (On Demand) (on demand web seminar)

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Research & Position Statements

NCTE Statements

Formative Assessment that Truly Informs Instruction

NCTE Framework for 21st Century Curriculum and Assessment

Framing Statements on Assessment

NCTE Position Statement on Machine Scoring

 

National Center for Literacy Education

Literacy in Learning ExchangeWorking in Concert to Strengthen Literacy Education Across the NationCollaborative tools, resources, and stories of groups on using evidence engaged in professional learning around literacy topics.

 

ReadWriteThink

ReadWriteThink.org provides instructional practices and digital resources that support effective reading and language arts instruction for all learners. 

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Strategy Guides on using evidence

 

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