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Formative assessment is a very useful tool for teachers to get instant feedback and determine a student’s comprehension.  Below are a collection of strategies I’ve found to be successful in the middle and high school settings.

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College Board’s Springboard program has some fantastic strategies.

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 Read this article by Catherine Garrison and Michael Ehringhaus, Ph. D

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Review the PPT from a  staff development I conducted in 2012 with an Instructional Specialist detailing Formative Assessment. Be sure to watch the video included.

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