Part 1 of 4
Assessment for Learning

Part 2 of 4
Assessment Quality

Part 3 of 4
Assessment Depth

Part 4 of 4
Assessment Rationale



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Matching assessment item to depth of learning objective

"Not every assessment should be a common assessment. There is still a place for individual teachers to create their own formal assessments. Team-developed common assessments will never eliminate the need for individual teachers to monitor student learning each day through a wide variety of strategies that check for understanding. But if schools are ever to take full advantage of the power of assessment to impact student learning in a positive way, they must include common formative assessments in their arsenal. Professional learning communities will make team-developed common formative assessments a cornerstone of their work."
Rick DuFour, Becky DuFour, Bob Eaker