Why teachers should share assessment data with students

02/22/2013 | Edudemic

Sharing achievement data with students can help motivate them to take control of their learning and improve, Kickboard Community Manager Stew Stout writes in this blog post. Among his ideas are creating simple billboards to give students a visual representation of their performance and how they compare with other students in the class. "By creating a visual out of data, everyone – including students – can interpret it more easily," Stout writes.

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