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Discussion: Student assessment: Identifying and measuring impacts on students

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posted by: David Hartney on June 28, 1999 at 6:03PM
subject: evidence
This is David Hartney from First Hand Learning/TEAM 2000 in Buffalo, NY. I
work with elementary and middle school teachers on building evidence of
student learning as part of standard classroom operating procedure. This
often involves brainstorming specific questions to ask during a particular
science unit and comparing student responses to those questions, which
students make in their notebooks/journals.

I would be very interested in hearing about the kinds of evidence that
others feel is acceptable/unacceptable to the various audiences interested
in evidence. What sort of evidence is acceptable to a superintendent? A
state legislator? A Parent? A school board member?

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