Tuesday, March 27, 2018

31 Teaching Truths

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27.  Test scores are snapshots.

A test score is a snapshot (sometimes not particularly flattering) of each of your students and of your teaching.

A test score is not an hours-long documentary that fully explores the ups and downs of the daily learning of each student and the highs and lows of your teaching over the course of a year.

Do your best to teach the learners in your class. Encourage your students to do their best on the tests. But don't forget that the results you'll get are snapshots.





1 comment:

  1. Phew! Big Truth here! I wish our school district and state board viewed these the same way as you and I do!

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