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Using Common Core Standards

Title 2:
To Enhance Classroom Instruction & Assessment
By:
Robert J. Marzano, David C. Yanoski, Jan L. Hoegh, Julia A. Simms
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2013
Pages:
304
Size:
11" x 8.5"
ISBN:
9780983351290
Item Code:
UCCE
Price: $34.95
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In Using the Common Core Standards to Enhance Classroom Instruction & Assessment, several of the top experts in the field provide a comprehensive overview of everything K-12 educators need to know about understanding and using the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

 In two parts, the authors cover critical and wide-ranging topics such as

  • The history of the CCSS
  • The design of the CCSS
  • How to teach the CCSS
  • How to measure student performance on the CCSS (scoring and proficiency scales for both ELA and mathematics)
  • Using the CCSS for assessment and grading
  • Creating common assessments for the CCSS

The book also provides hundreds of ready-to-use proficiency scales created from the CCSS to help teachers assess students’ progress.

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