Posted on 02/22/2019 at 08:08 AM by Blog Experts
With the adoption of science standards like the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), educators, parents, and policy makers are striving to support all students as they engage in science learning that is meaningful and rigorous. How do we know if our efforts are working? Classroom assessments are important for helping students, teachers, parents, and administrators monitor student progress, and provide some of the best examples and evidence of what it looks like when students understand and can do what NGSS expects--but what does it mean for classroom assessments to be high-quality and designed for the NGSS?
Today, we are excited to offer our network a SNEAK PEEK peek of the Task Annotation Project in Science (TAPS). You'll find: