How to Show Student Learning

Marzano, Robert J.
October 2013
Educational Leadership;Oct2013, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p82
The article discusses methods for measuring student achievement gains in order to perform teacher evaluations, and mentions the U.S. Race to the Top education program, standardized testing, and student surveys. Research on student surveys by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation charity, comparisons between teachers, and learning research are also mentioned.


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