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Standards-based assessment and Instruction

A Formative Assessment Tool

Exemplars performance tasks were developed to help teachers successfully integrate formative assessment into their classrooms.

Our differentiated math tasks and rubrics can be easily incorporated into your curriculum to enrich instruction and/or assessment.

Annotated anchor papers provide teachers with examples of student work at the 4 levels of Exemplars rubric. These also provide students with a concrete understanding of what work meets the standard (and why) as well as an effective professional development resources.

Student rubrics and annotated anchor papers can be used by students to compare their work to during peer- and self-appraisals. This process demonstrates success as well as offers opportunities for refinement. Based on student performance, teaching and learning strategies can be adjusted.

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Our teacher-friendly tasks are designed to support both the Common Core and Citywide instructional expectations. GO Math! alignments are also available.
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The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union (SVSU) in Bennington was trying to help its local community gain a better understanding of what students need to demonstrate in order to be successful on their math assessments. One of the most difficult sections of the exam is problem solving. Here, students are not only expected to determine the correct strategy, but also to explain their answers in writing, using math language and representation. For four years SVSU has used Exemplars as a curriculum tool in teaching its students how to solve these types of problems...

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