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100 1  Harada, Violet H.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
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245 10 Assessing learning :|blibrarians and teachers as partners 
       /|cViolet H. Harada and Joan M. Yoshina. 
264  1 Westport, Conn. :|bLibraries Unlimited,|c2005. 
300    xix, 149 pages :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gChapter 1|tAssessment in Today's School|g1 --|tWhat Is 
       Assessment?|g1 --|tWhat's Happening with Assessment in Our
       Schools?|g1 --|tHow Does No Child Left Behind Impact 
       Assessment?|g3 --|tDo Effective Library Media Programs 
       Make a Difference?|g4 --|tWhat Is the Library Media 
       Specialist's Role?|g5 --|gChapter 2|tAssessment in the 
       Library Media Center|g10 --|tWhat Do We Assess?|g10 --
       |tHow Do We Assess for Learning?|g13 --|tWhat Are the 
       Necessary First Steps?|g14 --|gChapter 3|tTools for 
       Assessment: Checklists, Rubrics, and Rating Scales|g19 --
       |tChecklists|g19 --|tRubrics|g21 --|tRating Scales|g27 --
       |gChapter 4|tTools for Assessments: Conferences, Logs, and
       Personal Correspondence|g31 --|tConferences|g31 --|tLogs
       |g35 --|tPersonal Correspondence|g44 --|gChapter 5|tTools 
       for Assessment: Graphic Organizers|g49 --|tWhat Are 
       Graphic Organizers?|g49 --|tConcept Maps|g50 --|tWebs|g56 
       --|tK-W-L Charts|g59 --|tMatrices|g63 --|gChapter 6
       |tBeginning with the End in Mind: Elementary Grade Example
       |g68 --|tOutcome-Based Approach|g68 --|tSummary of Project
       |g69 --|tSample Lessons|g70 --|gChapter 7|tBeginning with 
       the End in Mind: Middle School Example|g81 --|tSummary of 
       Project|g81 --|tSample Lessons|g82 --|gChapter 8
       |tBeginning with the End in Mind: High School Example|g92 
       --|tSummary of Project|g93 --|tSample Lessons|g93 --
       |gChapter 9|tStudent Portfolios|g106 --|tWhat Is a 
       Portfolio?|g106 --|tWhat Is an Electronic Portfolio?|g106 
       --|tHow Do Portfolios Differ from Other Assessment Tools?
       |g107 --|tWhy Use Portfolios?|g108 --|tWho Are the 
       Audiences for Portfolios?|g109 --|tHow Might the Library 
       Media Specialist Use Portfolios?|g110 --|tWhat Might a 
       Process Folio Include?|g110 --|tAdditional Readings on E-
       Portfolios|g124 --|gChapter 10|tCommunicating Evidence of 
       Learning|g125 --|tHow Can Assessment Data Be Used to 
       Support School-Wide Goals?|g126 --|tWhy Is It Important to
       Communicate Results?|g126 --|tCommunicating with Teachers
       |g127 --|tCommunicating with Principals and School 
       Councils|g131 --|tCommunicating with the Larger Community
       |g137. 
533    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. 
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       ProQuest affiliated libraries. 
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655  4 Electronic books. 
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