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Fri Jul 18 2003 - 10:41:49 EDT
Next message: SciEducatr@aol.com: "Re: [Teacher-talkinquiry] re: assessments"
I too, am interested in long term assessments. I particularily liked the
idea of taking notes as a unit progresses. I like this idea for several reasons.
1. I would be able to refernce my notes to chart overall progress of the
unit and o note any trends in how the unit plays out (Is it interesting? What
things are students finding difficult? etc.), 2. I would be able to chart
specific student's progress over time as well as any misconceptions or specific
areas of concern I might have about them , 3. Since I have approximately 120
students at any given point in time, I often forget what has happened from one
class to another-this seems like an ideal way to prevent myself from doing
My question for you is this: How can I organize my notes so that I can
record information efficiently? Any ideas?
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