03 March 2010

Stout's resources on authentic assessment

A web page on Authentic Assessment resides on the web site of the School of Education at University of Wisconsin Stout. Materials (on the site for download as well as links to other sources) include journal articles on assessment as well as samples of tools. For example, information about and sample rubrics are listed under the sub-section, Why Rubrics?

At the bottom of the web page, find a list of web-based survey vendors and assessment-creation tools.
Some of the materials are designed for K-12.

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