Reading Assessment to Promote Equitable Learning: An Empowering Approach for Grades K-5
Many standard reading assessment approaches fail to capture the strengths and needs of students from diverse sociocultural, linguistic, and academic backgrounds.
From expert authors, this book guides educators in planning and conducting meaningful, equitable assessments that empower K–5 teachers and students, inform responsive instruction, and help to guard against bias. The book’s holistic view of reading encompasses areas from text comprehension and constrained skills to building trusting relationships and promoting students’ agency.
Twenty-eight assessment strategies are explained in step-by-step detail, including helpful implementation examples and 30 reproducible forms that teachers can download and print in a convenient 8 1/2″ x 11″ size.
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