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Helping Students Know What They Know and Do Not Know. by
Publication Date: 2001
The article focuses on assessing students on the things that they know and on the ones they do not know. It mentions that students should be aware of their skills as it is component of metacognition, which allows them to accurately assess their own level of understanding. Moreover, it mentions calibration of comprehension, a term used by psychologists to evaluate students' skills and understanding.
Introduction to Rubrics by
Call Number: LB3063 .S74 2005
Publication Date: 2004-11-01
Teaching and Christian Practices by
Call Number: BV1610 .T43 2011
Publication Date: 2011