Effective classroom assessment must go well beyond traditional assessment. A shift to a new paradigm for classroom assessment is necessary: where teachers use assessment to its full potential as a tool for feedback. In The New Art and Science of Classroom Assessment, authors Robert J. Marzano, Jennifer S. Norford and Mike Ruyle recognise this need and explain how to apply The New Art and Science of Teaching framework to classroom assessment.
This book presents current research theory and practice regarding classroom pedagogy across writing, reading, mathematics, science and other learning areas. With this book, F–12 teachers will learn how to change their methods of classroom assessment to create a more holistic model of assessment reflective of course curriculum and student progress.
F–12 teachers will:
Adapted for the Australian context by Colin Sloper, whose leadership as principal was integral to Pakenham Springs Primary School being recognised as the first model of a professional learning community in Australia, this revised Australian edition of The New Art and Science of Classroom Assessment is an invaluable assessment resource for educators in all learning areas.