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Improve the test score results of your students with these hacks.

Improve the test score results of your students with these hacks.

"Hack" standardized tests to get the best results for your students.

"Hack" standardized tests to get the best results for your students.

Effective and efficient ways to discover not just answers to questions but also how students arrive at those answers.

Effective and efficient ways to discover not just answers to questions but also how students arrive at those answers.

This book helps you acknowledge and support the hard work that teachers do every day to make learning come alive for their students.

This book helps you acknowledge and support the hard work that teachers do every day to make learning come alive for their students.

This not a test-prep book. It is not about "drill and kill" practices that narrow learning so that students will pass an exam. Instead, authors Maureen Connolly and Vicky Giouroukakis present a lesson planning approach for the secondary classroom that generates test success as a byproduct of comprehensive literacy learning.

This not a test-prep book. It is not about "drill and kill" practices that narrow learning so that students will pass an exam. Instead, authors Maureen Connolly and Vicky Giouroukakis present a lesson planning approach for the secondary classroom that generates test success as a byproduct of comprehensive literacy learning.

Rick Stiggins discusses key considerations for assessment in this podcast interview.

Rick Stiggins discusses key considerations for assessment in this podcast interview.

It's all about helping students learn to learn more effectively.

It's all about helping students learn to learn more effectively.

Frequent, low-stakes quizzes provide timely feedback on student learning and take some of the hype and hysteria out of weightier assessments. Learn four must-haves for applying this approach in your classroom, and gather fodder for the types of questions to ask.

Frequent, low-stakes quizzes provide timely feedback on student learning and take some of the hype and hysteria out of weightier assessments. Learn four must-haves for applying this approach in your classroom, and gather fodder for the types of questions to ask.

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