Interweaving Curriculum And Classroom Assessment: Engaging The Twenty-First-Century Learner
Interweaving Curriculum and Classroom Assessment: Engaging the Twenty-First-Century Learner
Through an innovative approach that promotes skills- and inquiry-based learning, this unique text encourages both new and experienced teachers to think of assessment and curriculum simultaneously instead of separately. This integrated method shows educators how to create highly engaging teaching strategies that will support students in reaching their full potential in the classroom.
"I appreciate the vision of this text. I believe that the education system needs to change to better meet the needs of students and the demands of our current and ever-changing times. . . . Hopefully texts such as this one will contribute to the discussion and influence decision makers to
adopt the necessary changes to improve the system."
--Brent Corrigan, University of Winnipeg
"The key strength of this book is the integration of the three components of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. These three are the essentials of effective teaching, so integrating them is a major improvement over treating them separately."
--Sharon McCoubrey, University of British Columbia
About the Author
Susan M. Drake, Professor, Faculty of Education, Brock University,Joanne L. Reid, Ph.D. candidate, Faculty of Education, Brock...