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Instruction that measures up; successful teaching in the age of accountability.

9781416607649

Instruction that measures up; successful teaching in the age of accountability.

Popham, W. James.

Assn/Supervision & Curric. Dev.

2009

174 pages

$23.95

Paperback

LB2838

For teachers and administrators, Popham (education, UCLA) provides a four-step framework for instruction that will measure up to the new age of accountability and reach the expectations of administrators, parents, taxpayers, professional standards, and the needs of students. Addressing the role that assessment plays throughout the instructional process, he covers the most significant decision making areas a teacher faces from both an instructional and assessment perspective: curriculum determination and instructional design, monitoring, and evaluation.

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