Stiggins, R. J. (1994). Student-centered classroom assessment. New York: Macmillan College Publishing Company. Inc. 978-0134329314
This book provides information on student-involved and classroom-based assessment practices. The book comprises four parts including assessment roles and responsibilities, essential elements of classroom assessment, assessment methods available for classroom use, applications in the classroom, and communication about student achievement. Stiggins also includes information on how educators can develop quality assessment procedures within the classroom setting. Overall, the author provides clear descriptions of various assessment methods and how to align them with relevant achievement goals.
Professional Development, Scenarios: Classroom S2, Skills and Knowledge, Tools