Student Assessment as an Opportunity to Learn In and From One’s Teaching Practice
by Suzanne M. Wilson - 2004
I wonder about how the materials that teachers used changed the very nature of their daily experiences, potentially turning ordinary experiences into educative ones, helping teachers learn in and from their practice in ways that were (perhaps) incidental to the project goals. My conjecture is that their teaching changed in fundamental ways and that the assessments provided teachers with new evidence and texts to inform their practice.
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