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Multiple Intelligence Approaches to Assessment: Solving the Assessment…

by David Lazear

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More than 1,000 specific ideas are provided to help teachers accurately assess students' academic progress in math, language arts, history, science, social studies, and practical and fine arts. “Student Watch” assessment instruments are provided so that teachers may observe and score students involved in various activities and learning tasks. Practical prescriptive ideas on how to teach to varying intelligence strengths are offered. Teachers will learn to document and assess students' work in the midst of daily classroom activities using six practical models: student portfolios, reflective journals and logs, transfer strategies, metacognitive process-folios, anecdotal reports, and domain projects.

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