The power of essential questions -- Curriculum integration as a tool for coherence -- Standards-based curriculum and assessment design -- Authentic assessment -- Using scoring rubrics to support learning -- Portfolios : a window into students' thinking and learning -- Reflection : a key to developing greater self-understanding -- Action research : asking and answering questions about practice / by Diane Cunningham -- Embracing it all.
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