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RLA Assessment Using Data

RLA Assessment Using Data

The GED® Classroom Proficiency Report for RLA/Science/Social Studies -- The Enhanced Score Report from GED® Testing Service provides targeted feedback for each test-taker so they know their strengths, what skills to develop, and how to score higher on their re-test.

The Adult Diagnostic Reading Inventory (ADRI) -- The ADRI provides placement and diagnostic information and identifies reading patterns, enabling you to choose effective teaching strategies. This resource will identify reading issues beyond the TABE and GED®.

Using Student Data
Formatively assessing student work and student self-assessment can be a powerful tool to identify student academic knowledge and skill needs. When student’ are self-assessing their own work, they are becoming empowered in taking ownership of learning and fostering a growth mindset. The following resources provide a few examples of how to engage students in reflection and self-assessment and provide data on students’ progress towards a learning target in reading and writing instruction.

Empowering Students with Data - An English Language Arts teacher explains a purpose and process for tracking and using student data.

Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning: Classroom Assessment Techniques - This article provides a few examples on how to assess student learning in a literacy classroom to determine student strengths and needs.

Examples of Tools to Track Student Work and Learning Targets (483K PDF)

Science Exemplars NRS Levels 1-4 (1,576K PDF)


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