Teaching Beyond the Test (2)
By Rae Pica
In an era of high-stakes accountability and standardized testing, is there room for teaching beyond the test?You bet, say our guests, and here’s how to do it without losing your job.
According to my guests, here’s what the research shows about teaching to the test:
· Classes heavily focused on test prep are not necessarily associated with higher test scores.
· Creative, in-depth teaching is more likely to generate increases in test scores.
· Project-Based Inquiry Units for Young Children: First Steps to Research for Grades Pre-K-2 by Colleen MacDonnell
· Integrating Differentiated Instruction & Understanding by Design: Connecting Content and Kids by Carol A. Tomlinson
· : Differentiated Project-Based Learning in a Standards-Based Age, Grades 6 & Up by Phil Schlemmer and Dori Schlemmer
· Classroom Testing and Assessment for ALL Students: Beyond Standardization by Spencer J. Salend
· Opt Out of Standardized Tests – The International Movement: http://optoutofstandardizedtests.wikispaces.com/
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