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eBook Becoming Reflective Students and Teachers With Portfolios and Authentic Assessment (Psychology in the Classroom : A Series on Applied Educational Psy) ePub

by Scott G. Paris,Linda R. Ayres

  • ISBN: 155798252X
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Scott G. Paris,Linda R. Ayres
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 177
  • ePub book: 1420 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1725 kb
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Details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own . Series: Psychology in the Classroom : A Series on Applied Educational Psy. Paperback: 177 pages.

Details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own academic progress on a daily basis and develop critical thinking and study skills in the process. This text explores how students can become reflective and self-regulated learners and presents ideas for assessment activities. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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This book details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own academic progress on a daily basis and develop critical thinking and study skills in the process

This book details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own academic progress on a daily basis and develop critical thinking and study skills in the process. It explores how students can become reflective and self-regulated learners - and what it can mean to teachers to become reflective models of life- long learning. The authors present the concept of authentic assessment, in which students actively evaluate their own learning in ways that are meaningful (or authentic) to their educational experience.

By Scott G. Paris and Linda R. Students' Self-Assessment. Goal 5: Becoming Reflective Teachers. Characteristics of Reflective Teachers. This book details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own academic progress on a daily basis and develop critical thinking and study skills in the process. It explores how students can become reflective and self-regulated learners-and what it can mean to teachers to become reflective models of life-long learning. Goal 3: Promoting Students' Reflections Through Classroom Activities. Using Portfolios to Enhance Self-Assessment. Self-Evaluations, Inventories, and Surveys.

Becoming reflective students and teachers with portfolios and authentic assessment. Psychology in the classroom: A series on applied educational psychology. This article situates this case study in the historical context of teacher reform in the United States, analyzes the state process of reform within the national context, outlines the regional endeavors that enabled much of the reform at this institution, and studies the transformation process from the perspective of a particular faculty and department. Ayres - Becoming Reflective Students and Teachers With Portfolios and Authentic Assessment (Psychology in the Classroom a Series on Applied Educational Psy) (1994, American Psychological A. Uploaded by. Arturo Manuel Garza Ramos. Arturo Manuel Garza Ramos Monroy.

Becoming Reflective Students and Teachers with Portfolio and Authentic Assessment. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 12 Seldin, P. (1991, 1997). The Teaching Portfolio. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing. Successful Use of Teaching Portfolios. Theall, . & Franklin, J. (Ed.

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This book details how teachers can encourage students to assess their own academic progress on a daily basis and develop critical thinking and study skills in the process. It explores how students can become reflective and self-regulated learners - and what it can mean to teachers to become reflective models of life- long learning. The authors present the concept of authentic assessment, in which students actively evaluate their own learning in ways that are meaningful (or authentic) to their educational experience. Based on a pilot project in Michigan schools, the authors discuss the student portfolio of work as an assessment vehicle as well as a bridge between school and home. The text includes ideas and suggestions for activities that provide both learning and assessment opportunities.