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Getting What You Ask For

Getting What You Ask For: Creating Effective Assessment Tools for Projects, Personnel, and Program

It’s tough for students, teachers or administrators to give us what we’d like unless we can describe the end result and measure it’s quality. This session will give an overview of the difference between evaluation and assessment, look at some authentic assessment tools used for a variety of purposes, and give the participant the chance to practice building checklists and rubrics. A bibliography of exemplary assessment sites is included.

Handouts: Getting What You Ask For

Posted on Saturday, June 16, 2007 at 07:09PM by Registered CommenterDoug Johnson in | CommentsPost a Comment

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