Student Engagement in Assessments: What Students and ...
stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education Student Engagement in Assessments: what Students and Teachers Find Engaging By Soung Bae and Kari Kokka stanford Center for sco e stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education assessment , Learning, & Equity Acknowledgement: Student Engagement in Assessments: what Students and Teachers Find Engaging was prepared with the generous support of the Sandler Foundation. We gratefully acknowledge their support. The research was conducted independently by stanford University and does not represent the views of the sponsors. The stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) fosters research, policy, and practice to advance high-quality, equitable education systems in the United States and internationally. The stanford Center for assessment , Learning, and Equity's (SCALE) mission is to improve instruction and learning through the design and development of innovative, educative, state-of-the-art performance assessments and by building the capacity of schools to use these assessments in thoughtful ways, to promote Student , teacher, and organizational learning.
4 Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education Authenticity The concept of authenticity refers to the extent to which a task requires students to solve real-world problems and has value beyond school (Lombardi, 2007). Real-world problems reflect tasks that are encountered in …
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