Authentic Assessment in the Classroom

Martin L. Tombari, Gary D. Borich
This paperback focuses on authentic assessment what it is, how to do it, and what the issues surrounding it are (e.g., validity, reliability, and impacts on instruction). The text, focusing on how to construct and use authentic assessments, is designed for assessment courses, general methods courses, and select educational psychology courses. The authors intent is to excite teachers about the possibilities for learning in their classrooms and to indicate ways to communicate this learning to other teachers, parents, and learners.

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