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Build assessments you can really use | Unlock the how, when, what, and why Watch your system become greater than its parts by building local capacity through common language and deeper knowledge of assessment components. For years, educators have turned to the Hess Cognitive Rigor Matrices (CRM). Now for the first time, the modules are packaged into one resource to help you evaluate the quality and premise of your current assessment system. Designed as a professional development guide for long-term use by school leaders, five content-rich, topic-based modules: • Offer field-tested, teacher-friendly strategies for local school test development • Can be used for individual or professional development opportunities • Allow for sequential or non-sequential use

Where Do I Start, What Do I Teach Next, Which Supports Work Best? : Using Learning Progressions as a Schema for Planning Instruction and Measuring Progress
Where Do I Start, What Do I Teach Next, Which Supports Work Best?: Using Learning Progressions as a Schema for Planning Instruction and Measuring Progress

Consider where the lesson resides in the larger learning trajectory. . . . The right learning target for today’s lesson builds upon the learning targets from previous lessons in the unit and connects to learning targets in future lessons to advance student understanding of important skills and concepts.

Moss and Brookhart, 2012, p. 2
4.1 What Are Learning Progressions (or Learning Trajectories) and How Can They Be Used to Scaffold Instruction and Guide the ...
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