Book offers tips on giving detailed feedback to students

12/26/2012 | Teacher Leaders Network

Bill Ferriter recommends three books all educators should read in this blog post. He suggests "Common Formative Assessment: A Toolkit for PLCs at Work" by Kim Bailey and Chris Jakicic because it shows teachers how to make formative assessments a manageable part of their workday. "You'll have a better sense for just what responsible formative assessment is supposed to look like AND some practical strategies for incorporating it into your practice without killing yourself," Ferriter writes.

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