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  1. Design in Five, Second Edition

    Essential Phases to Create Engaging Assessment Practice

    “Perhaps the most important words in this book are student investment,” writes author and assessment expert Douglas Reeves in the foreword. Design in Five [Second Edition] inspires educators to rethink old ways of assessing student learning and empowers them to create meaningful, relevant assessments to ensure high levels of learning.

    $43.95

    Paperback

  2. Grading Reform That Lasts

    Eight Steps to Transform Your School’s Assessment Culture

    Reform classroom-level grading practices through systems-level structures and supports. With an eight-step change framework, this book will equip administrators, instructional coaches, and teacher leaders with practical strategies and reproducible tools to enact sustainable changes in assessment and grading.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  3. Coaching Competitive Sports

    How to Develop and Assess Player Knowledge, Skills, and Intangibles

    Sports play a big part in the lives of many youths. With this book, coaches can assist student athletes in becoming better in their sport. This resource also aids athletic directors in mitigating player-coach-parent issues and helps parents better understand the expectations for their children’s sports experiences.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  4. Mathematics Assessment and Intervention in a PLC at Work®, Second Edition

    Develop a research-based math intervention program with common unit assessments. Increase student learning using the MTSS or response to intervention model to guide mathematics assessment.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  5. Acceleration for All

    A How-To Guide for Overcoming Learning Gaps

    Closing achievement gaps is an urgent goal for all schools, not just priority schools. The authors show that remediation is not the answer. Instead, they offer educational strategies for acceleration that will level up learning for all students, as well as a framework for implementing accelerated learning schoolwide.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  6. Redefining Student Accountability

    A Proactive Approach to Teaching Behavior Outside the Gradebook

    Schools have long tied student behavior to academic grades. This book will help you separate achievement from behavior and learn how to teach students positive behaviors, social-emotional intelligence, and skills for navigating their place as learners.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  7. Common Formative Assessment, Second Edition

    A Toolkit for Professional Learning Communities at Work®

    This book will help collaborative teams meet the challenges of a new landscape of education—one in which we’re now familiar with formative assessment and we strive to improve our assessment design and allow data to inform instruction to best support student achievement.

    $40.95

    Paperback

  8. Assessing Learning in the Standards-Based Classroom

    A Practical Guide for Teachers

    Whether you are well versed in writing proficiency scales or are seeking practical guidance on classroom assessment that best supports student learning, this book will help you design standards-based assessments that provide meaningful data to inform your next steps in the instructional cycle.

    $35.95

    Paperback

  9. The Assessment Toolkit

    Transform assessment into a powerful tool that inspires student learning. This curated toolkit includes a collection of professional development resources to involve students in the assessment process, improve teacher efficacy, and ensure reporting practices accurately measure student achievement.
    15% off regular retail price of these resources when you buy them as a toolkit. You save $177.

    $1,006.00

    Paperback

  10. The Authentic Standards-Based Environment

    A Systematic Approach to Learning Targets, Assessment, and Data

    Implementing a true standards-based approach to teaching and learning can be complicated work. Author Eileen Depka breaks the process down into logical, doable steps that connect learning targets, rubrics, assessment, and data all back to standards.

    $35.95

    Paperback