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Making Standards Work

How to Implement Standards-Based Assessments in the Classroom, School, and District
Length: 7 hrs and 22 mins
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Standards are the foundation of our educational systems today. Fairness, rigor, and high achievement for all students are the focus of standards-based schools. Yet the standards movement means nothing if it does not improve student achievement in the classroom. In this revised edition, Dr. Reeves provides step-by-step guidance on how to design and implement standards-based performance assessment to make improved teaching and learning a reality in the classroom.
©2004 Advanced Learning Press, a division of Advanced Learning Centers, Inc. (P)2004 Advanced Learning Press, a division of Advanced Learning Centers, Inc.

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Not relevant to me but slightly interesting.

What did you like best about Making Standards Work? What did you like least?

I thought it was read well but I didn't totally understand what the book was about.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I knew nothing about the U.SlA.'s education system but I found the book rambling and didn't truly get the point.

What about Douglas B. Reeves and Jesse Smith ’s performance did you like?

I thought they read the book well.

Did Making Standards Work inspire you to do anything?

No.

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Again, this book wasn't relevant to me as I'm not from the U.S.A.nor am I involved with schools but I still found it a little interesting to hear thoughts on how children should be taught.

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  • 03-11-18

Good book!

A very good book If you're trying to understand the justification for standards-based grading.

The narrator is very robotic and speaks in that fake news anchor voice, but it's not too bad.

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