Series Editors' Introduction
About the Author
1. The Evolution of Assessment
"The Case of Standards-Based Assessment"
2. Rethinking Assessment
A Brief History of Assessment
Looking for Change in All the Wrong Places
Rethinking Assessment for Real Change
Classroom Assessment and Large-Scale Reform
3. Assessment of Learning, for Learning, and as Learning
Getting the Balance Right
4. A Focus on Learning
Learning for Understanding
Learning Happens in Context
5. Assessment and Learning
How Does Assessment Contribute to Learning?
This is Not Just About Assessment
6. Using Assessment to Identify What Students Believe to Be True
"The Case of the Pool Table"
Start With What Students Believe to Be True
7. Using Assessment to Motivate Learning
Assessment That Motivates
Assessment to Reverse Socialization
8. Using Assessment to Make Connections
Curricula as Visible Targets for Learning
Plan Learning, Plan Assessment, and Expect the Unexpected
"The Case of the Literacy Hour"
9. Using Assessment to Extend Learning
Rubrics and Exemplars as Tools
"The Case of the Brass Band"
Ideas, Connections and Extensions (ICE)
10. Using Assessment for Reflection And Self-Monitoring
Students as Their Own Best Assessors
Developing Self-Evaluation Habits of Mind
11.Using Assessment for Optimum Learning
Think About What You Believe to Be True
Be Gentle With Yourself, But Don't Give Up
Self-Monitoring and Self-Development for You, Too