Weekend Ed. Quote ~ January 20
Stiggins (2002) research from two decades ago, still applies… “In short, the effect of assessment for learning, as it plays out in the classroom, is that students keep learning and remain confident that they can continue to learn at productive levels if they keep trying to learn. In other words, students don’t give up in frustration or hopelessness” (p. 761).
Stiggins, R. J. (2002). Assessment crisis: The absence of assessment for learning. Phi Delta Kappan, 83(10), 758-765.
Dr. Richard Stiggins is the retired founder and president of the Assessment Training Institute in Portland, Oregon.
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