Everything School Leaders Need to Know About Assessment | Paperback
by W. James Popham (Author)
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April 15, 2010
• Validity, reliability, and assessment bias • The importance of formative assessment • Assessing students with disabilities and English language learners • Interpreting results of large-scale assessments • Instructional sensitivity of accountability testsEverything School Leaders Need to Know About Assessment
Product Description Educational assessment in a nutshell for busy school leaders! A leading expert in educational assessment, W. James Popham discusses the key principles that educational leaders need to know about educational assessment to do their work effectively. Readers will come away with crucial understandings that allow them to lead assessment of learning, meet accountability requirements, and communicate with various stakeholders. Using plain language, a witty writing style, and practical examples, Popham covers: Validity, reliability, and assessment bias The importance of formative assessment Assessing students with disabilities and English language learners Interpreting results of large-scale assessments Instructional sensitivity of accountability tests
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