A glossary that defines jargon related to assessment.

This sheet provides a brief breakdown of the differences between assessment of learning and for learning.

A breakdown of how on-going assessment should work in the classroom. This handout provides ideas for methods of pre-assessment, formative assessment, and summative assessment.

In this form of differentiated assessment, students have the opportunity to complete three activities in a row, either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Teachers can structure the assignments in such a way so students are forced to complete assignments of varying levels of difficulty in order to successfully "win" tic-tac-toe (i.e. get full marks for the group of assignments).

A student choice format for differentiating projects or assessments. Each task a student chooses is given a score of 2,4,6, or 10, where higher scores reflect greater challenge and complexity. Students must select either one project with a score of 10, or several that add up to a score of 10.

An example of an exit card you can provide students. Used as a method of formative assessment, the teacher can check for understanding of a concept being examined that day in class by forcing students to complete an exit card to hand in on their way out the door.

A method of assessing students' prior knowledge of a subject and measure their learning afterwards.

A breakdown of Bloom's Taxonomy and what different forms of assessment you could provide students at the varying levels.

A breakdown of Bloom's Taxonomy with sample question stems, and potential activities and products at the varying levels.

A handout that lists and evaluates a variety of rubric styles incorporating their characteristics, benefits, and drawbacks.