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Daily Lit Bit - 3/18/19

Rather than reporting levels to parents, use language like: reading at, reading above, or not yet reading at grade-level expectations.  (continue reading)
Mon, Mar 18, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/14/19

If assessment is seen as separate from instruction, it will always be superfluous, ineffective, even a dreaded interruption.  (continue reading)
Thu, Mar 14, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/13/19

Teachers cannot teach effectively without gathering information about each learner.  (continue reading)
Wed, Mar 13, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/11/19

You collect data on your students to inform and prioritize teaching decisions that lead to improvement in students’ literacy abilities.  (continue reading)
Mon, Mar 11, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/7/19

The interpretation and use of benchmark data are more important than the scores themselves.  (continue reading)
Thu, Mar 7, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/6/19

Assessment is not teaching; it is gathering information for teaching.  (continue reading)
Wed, Mar 6, '19

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