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Sight Words In Early Reading Instruction

Sight Words in Early Reading Instruction

  • May 26, 2016

By: Dr. Paul Robb The sight word assessments included in FastBridge Learning’s earlyReading measures are based on the most frequently used English words. The fact that these assessments are strong indicators of early reading success suggests an important role for…

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Using Principles Of Formative Assessment Wisely

Using Principles of Formative Assessment Wisely

  • March 4, 2016

By: Paul Robb Everyone is talking about formative assessment these days, and for good reason. Research has clearly demonstrated powerful effects of integrating formative assessment practices into classroom instruction (Hattie, 2012). Teachers who use these principles know well that formative…

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Formative Assessment In The Classroom Environment

Formative Assessment in the Classroom Environment

  • February 18, 2016

By Dr. Peter M. Nelson—Penn State University College of Education With election season underway, it is easy to see differences in the way our leaders think about education. However, there is at least one thing everyone agrees on—what teachers do…

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