1. Select at least one quote from each reading this week. (You can use bullets this week if you prefer.) There are 4 readings so there should be 4 quotes.
2. Explain why the quote is important or interesting.
3. Discuss what you learned about assessment in math/science/STEM/STEAM this week.
3 in text citations
Use attachment for reading and reference and the following:
Keeley, P. (2014). Habitat change: Formative assessment of a cautionary word. Science and
Children, 51(7), 26-27.
Schleigh, S. (2014). Assessments in the arguments. Science and Children, 51(8), 46-53.
Zissman, T. (2013). Measuring success: Second graders design, build, test, and improve tools
to map a waterway. Science and Children, 51(2), 68-74.
Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation. (2014) INNOVATE: A Blueprint for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in California Public Education – A report by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson’s STEM Task Force. Retrieved from http://www.cde.ca.gov/pd/ca/sc/documents/innovate.pdf