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Mindful Assessment: The 6 Essential Fluencies of Innovative Learning… (edition 2016)

by Lee Watanabe Crockett (Author)

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It is time to rethink the relationship between teaching and learning and assess the crucial skills students need to succeed in the 21st century. The authors assert that educators must focus assessment on mindfulness and feedback for improvement, framing assessment around six fluencies students need to cultivate. The book provides scenarios, lessons, activities, and assessment rubrics. Benefits -Discover the essential fluencies and skills students need for success in the 21st century. -Examine different kinds of assessments and their focuses, strengths, and weaknesses. -Gain assessment rubrics for evaluating students' skills in the fluencies. -Access sample lessons and projects that support the fluencies. -Employ the Solution Fluency Activity Planner to help students develop the fluencies they'll need to succeed in the 21st century.… (more)
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Title:Mindful Assessment: The 6 Essential Fluencies of Innovative Learning (Teaching 21st Century Skills to Modern Learners) (Teaching 21st Century Skllls to Modern Learners)
Authors:Lee Watanabe Crockett (Author)
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Mindful Assessment: The 6 Essential Fluencies of Innovative Learning (Teaching 21st Century Skills to Modern Learners) (Teaching 21st Century Skllls to Modern Learners) by Lee Crockett

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This credible team of authors who have excellent connections to school libraries have teamed to construct rubrics that might be used to assess what students have learned when the teacher librarian embeds a particular skill into a cotaught learning experience with a classroom teacher. Considering what content knowledge the teacher wants the learners to know and be able to do, first decide what skill in your quiver will boost that content knowledge just in time to make a pwowerful difference. Then during the assessment period of you two mentors, both of you will look for both the content knowledge mastery and the process skills exhibited to determine how many of the learners met or exceeded both your objectives. Here is the list of process skills cove red in this book: Solution fluency, information fluency, creativity fluency, media fluency, collaboration fluency latency, global digital citizenship. One can quickly see the overlap of these areas of process skills with the new AASL standards and the treatment here is a bit less jargonistic and straight forward, making it easier to get your head around and use with other members of the teaching staff. Publishing with a popular press in education is also a great advantage for these authors in getting their ideas accepted in the larger educational community. A must purchase and excellt source if you like the idea of rubrics as a means of assessment.
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