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 take off points when they get an answer wrong. Worse, you can't say you value … Continue reading Equalizing Practice and Assessment (Part 2): What You Value Should Be What You Assess