• The Formative Assessment Process

    Formative assessment is a planned, ongoing process used by all students and teachers during learning and teaching to elicit and use evidence of student learning to improve student understanding of intended disciplinary learning outcomes and support students to become more self-directed learners.   
    (CCSSO FAST SCASS Austin, Texas June 2017)

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Connecting to Michigan's Top 10 in 10

  • The Formative Assessment process used by students and teachers in an effective and intended manner connects to the following Top 10 in 10 Strategic Goals
    Strategic Goal 2 Implement, with strong district and building leadership, high-quality instruction in every classroom through a highly coherent, child-centered instructional model where students meet their self-determined academic and personal goals to their highest potential.       
    Strategic Goal 3 Develop, support and sustain a high-quality, prepared, and collaborative education workforce.
    Strategic Goal 4 Reduce the impact of high-risk factors, including poverty, and provide equitable resources to meet the needs of all students to ensure that they have access to quality educational opportunities.




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