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# Daily Archives: 02/22/2014

## Equalizing Practice and Assessment (Part 2): What You Value Should Be What You Assess

Have you told your students how much you value honest attempts at solutions to a problem? Even incorrect solutions? Then you have to assess this way. You can’t tell students that you value their incorrect attempts at solutions when you … Continue reading