1. What types of data might instructors use to evaluate their instruction?
2. How might instructors systematically improve their assessment procedures?
3. What do you consider the most important things to keep in mind when analyzing assessment results to inform instruction? Why?
1. There are many different types of evaluation tools available to teachers to help evaluate their instruction. These include both formal and informal evaluations. Targeted walk-throughs are very helpful informal measures that involve having a teacher in your area of expertise visit your classroom and target for specific areas requested by the teacher. For example, a teacher may have problems engaging the class and may ask another teacher to come in and take data on the number of open ended vs. close ended ...
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